The emergence of Amazon S3 as the center pin of cloud applications and the increase of cyber-attacks during the Covid 19 pandemic have converged to make Amazon S3 an emerging threat vector for malware and viruses. Taking advantage of remote work, hackers are shifting away from stealing sensitive data to launching successful ransomware attacks from cloud object storage. According to Netskope, Amazon S3 is now one of the top 5 cloud sources for blocked malware downloads.
Aaron Newman and Ed Casmer, co-founders of Cloud Storage Security, will provide insights into multiple types of successful hacker attacks on Amazon S3, including details and recreation of how an Amazon S3 bucket can be compromised with ransomware.
Rob Melka, Partner Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services, will share best practices for bolstering the security of Amazon S3 utilizing the most recent enhancements to Amazon S3 and complimentary AWS Native Services.
Our session will include a live demonstration of Cloud Storage Security’s cloud native antimalware solution Antivirus for Amazon S3 and a live Q&A session where attendees can interact with all our presenters.
If your company or organization is storing and sharing files from Amazon S3 and want to reduce the risk of sharing malware with your users, customers, and partners, you will want to attend our webinar.