With original research and in-depth analysis of cloud-related threats — including cloud phishing, scams, malware delivery, command and control, data exfiltration, data exposure — the Labs helps protect Netskope customers from malicious actors and contributes to the global security community with research, advice, and best practices.
Led by renowned security researchers, distinguished engineers, and principal architects with experience founding and leading companies in Silicon Valley and around the world, the Netskope Threat Labs is based in our headquarters with representation throughout the world. The researchers are regular presenters and volunteers at top security conferences, including DefCon, BlackHat, and RSA.
This edition of the Cloud and Threat Report takes a look back at 2022 and highlights the most significant trends relating to cloud adoption and threats on the web and in the cloud. Cloud malware downloads, which remained constant in 2021, have started to rise again in 2021, caused by an increase in the total number of apps from which malware is downloaded and an increase in the number of downloads from popular apps. Malicious web content also continues to rise and is becoming more evenly spread out throughout the web to blend in and reach more victims.
Cloud Threats Memo: Threat Actors Continue to Abuse Cloud Services to Deliver Malware in 2023
Cloud Threats Memo: State-sponsored Threat Actors Continue to Abuse Legitimate Cloud Services
Join Jenko Hwong at RSAC 2023 for "The Dark Underbelly of 3rd-Party Application Access to Corporate Data", an exploration on how cloud apps empowering users to authorize third parties to access their data and resources has changed what infosec teams must to to secure their data and infrastructure in the cloud.
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