Called Secret Manager, this Google Cloud service helps users store passwords, certificates and API keys. It is designed to be a centralised solution for the safekeeping of secrets.
GCHQ has warned people not to do internet banking or use emails from computers with Windows 7 anymore, as Microsoft have ended support it.
As organisations are investing more and more in new technologies, data thieves constantly try to find devious and clever ways of penetrating even the most well-protected systems.
Phishing and ransomware are at the top the list of security risks that organisations are not fully prepared to handle confidently.
In the cloud, organisations cannot abdicate their responsibility to third-party providers. Instead, they need to assure that they work with their cloud providers and that they understand fully how the division of responsibility is configured.
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