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WormGPT: Phishing-as-a-Service the Rise of AI lead Phishing Attacks

WormGPT

Have you been following my latest series of articles on AI and the moving threats of the AI lead wave? If you have, you will have heard me talk about the use of AI to generate content for cyber-attacks, especially their use to increase the effectiveness of Phishing attacks. But have you heard about WormGPT?

Almost as predicted a new AI-lead Phishing service has launched titled WormGPT. Its name is a homage to the AI service ChatGPT which it claims to mirror. The creators call it an equivalent to the natural language engine’s human-like answers to questions.

How does it work?

The way that WormGPT stands out is very simple. All the security measures and protections used to prevent the generation of malicious code or attacks in ChatGPT are removed. WormGPT actively encourages this behaviour. No wonder, it is developed by known hackers and actively promotes malware and other cybercrime on the page.

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WormGPT is a subscription-based service on the dark web. Like many of these services, it can be used to promote and enhance phishing attacks. It is another case of Phishing-as-a-service and will only lead to more complex and higher-risk cyberattacks hitting the public.

With this on the rise, all we can recommend is that you stay alert. Stay aware and have the right protections in place to prevent phishing attacks. You should have time-of-click protection enabled on all links in your business. If you need more guidance on this, you should reach out to your Planet IT account manager.

How our Cybersecurity experts can help…

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What does AI Legislation Look Like?

AI legislation

We have all seen the rise of AI-based technologies and the fear-mongering around the existential risk to humanity and how AI will take over all jobs.

Before I get into it – this article was NOT written by ChatGPT, Google Bard or any other LLM. These are my own words – but of course that’s probably what I would said if AI did write this blog. 

Okay, back to the point, let’s put some cold water on that fire that AI is going to take your job.

Yes, AI will hugely revolutionise how we all work, how our employers interact and what they expect from us. But at the moment, AI cannot replace a human. Most of the improvement in AI in the last 12 months has come from Large Language Models, better known as LLMs, but their design models are built on learning from existing material fed into it from existing sources.

Human written and developed sources, from this data, can extrapolate, develop, modify and present a response to a natural language question from the data they have been taught, which needs to be closely monitored and checked to ensure integrity and verify its truthfulness.

One Big Flaw

This is where current AI draws its major flaw: it cannot distinguish fact from fiction – it only knows its data. This is why when you feed data back into AI from AI, the model degrades, and very quickly, you lose all sense of fact, and the results become conjecture or in some cases completely false. This is why, in the short term, AI cannot replace the human operating it because we all need to take the presented data and give it the once over and look at the text and say, “Does that really make sense, and is that really the truth or is it some biased opinion or even worse incorrect?”.

The same logic applies when you look at replacing human roles with AI; someone will need to be the gatekeeper to the operation, and someone will need to validate the output.

Some tasks are at risk

AI may well replace the roles that we currently spend hours on. For example, writing this article has consumed a good chunk of my time and is done by reading sources, digesting news and creating a written argument that pulls this together. In the future, AI will be the one writing this article, pulling from the latest data (This is important as current AI is using legacy data) to generate an article. This will then be checked over by myself and then a copywriter and published for you to consume. This won’t make the copywriter redundant, or me, but will change the expectations of our employer as to the expected deliverables of our roles. This is the key behind the headline that AI can’t replace humans in its current form. In future forms, it may well be able to alter many people’s working lives, but humans are still going to be a key part of the puzzle.

So how is it going to be regulated? 

To come onto the second point around control and legislation, we are seeing a continued wave of posturing by Governments and Big Tech about AI and how it needs to be controlled. Some of this is playing to the crowd. With the general public so concerned about AI and how it will affect them, legislators are looking to make sure they have a stance on it and try to control the headline.

That piece aside, there is a very important decision to be made by Governments and the global community about AI: Who sets the boundaries?

Is it going to be Big Tech like it was with the Social Media Revolution, where the world changed, and Governments spent ten years getting up to speed on the technology and how to control and police it? Or will the Governments of the world take control? Will they try to limit the development of AI, stunting its potential with overly controlling legislation which prevents Big Tech and start-ups from developing with AI and pushing the boundaries of what we currently know AI is capable of?

ChatGPT for business

What do I think?

Now, I see this as a very hard line to balance with some European countries’ swing for all-out AI bans before we have even got AI into our everyday workflows. It seems to be exactly what I mentioned before, stifling the development of those countries and the businesses that operate within them. That said, on the flip side, with no control and protection, we could see a world very quickly where AI not developed by us is being used to operate and control CCTV, Traffic light systems, and self-driving cars. This presents a very real risk to the citizens of a given country should the ability to control the AI fall into the wrong hands.

I believe that most regulation will come down to a risk vs reward model, where mainstream AI development is not prevented, but the integration of the technology too heavily into the core infrastructure or day-to-day safety of a country’s citizens will be restricted to prevent the risks I mention above. I don’t believe there is any silver bullet, and with any developing technology, you need to adapt and adjust to it. Businesses that are leveraging the technology need to be sensitive to the risks they present should their tool be leveraged by threat actors or hostile nations.

You shouldn’t fear AI in your business; you should also be aware that not all AI headlines are true to the nature of the risk. AI is amazing if used correctly, and if you ensure you understand the technology and put proper protection in place, it is a hugely powerful tool; when done incorrectly, you can easily put your business or your data at risk.

If you want to talk to one of our experts about how we can help you with your security and understanding of LLMs, then please call 01235 433900, or you can email [email protected], or if you would like to speak to me directly, you can reach out to me via DM or at [email protected].

Azure AD is becoming Microsoft Entra ID

Microsoft Entra ID

You may not yet be too familiar with Microsoft Entra, but it’s about to become a much bigger part of your Microsoft environment.

Microsoft Azure AD, the cloud-based identity and access management solution that powers millions of organisations, is becoming Microsoft Entra ID.

This change reflects Microsoft’s vision to provide a unified and comprehensive identity platform that helps you secure your organization, empower your employees, and enable your digital transformation.

With Microsoft Entra ID, you can benefit from the latest innovations in identity protection, governance, and management, as well as seamless integration with Microsoft 365, Azure, and other cloud services.

ID Protection: Prevent account compromise with machine learning.

ID Protection helps you detect and stop identity attacks in real time. It uses advanced machine learning to identify sign-in anomalies and user behaviour that indicate a risk of compromise. For example, it can trigger a Conditional Access policy that requires strong authentication methods for accessing sensitive resources. This way, you can protect your accounts from phishing, malware, and other threats.

Azure AD is becoming Microsoft Entra ID

ID Dashboard: Monitor your identity security posture with insights and recommendations.

ID Dashboard shows you the impact of your identity protections, the most common attack patterns, and your organisation’s risk exposure. You can view metric cards and attack graphs that show risk origins, security posture over time, and types of current attacks. You can also get recommendations based on best practices and industry standards. With these insights, you can further investigate your security posture in other tools and applications.

ID Governance: Automate access governance with workflows and self-service.

ID Governance helps you ensure that only the right identities have the right access at the right time. It automates the employee identity lifecycle to reduce manual work for IT and increase employee productivity. It also provides machine learning-based insights about identities and app entitlements. You can use workflows and self-service to grant and revoke access to cloud and on-premises apps from any provider and custom-built apps hosted in the public cloud or on-premises. This way, you can comply with organizational and regulatory security requirements.

Apple Software – Critical WebKit Vulnerability: CVE-2023-37450

Apple Vulnerability

Apple has recently released a number of security advisories to address a zero-day vulnerability in Safari, iOS, iPadOS, and macOS Ventura. An attacker could exploit this vulnerability (being tracked as CVE-2023-37450) to achieve remote code execution. It has been reported that this vulnerability is being actively exploited, which means that attackers are currently using this security flaw to gain unauthorised access to systems, potentially leading to data theft, system damage, or other malicious activities. It is therefore imperative that you check and apply these patches as soon as possible.

Apple Rapid Security Response

Apple has rolled out a new protocol, termed Rapid Security Responses, to expedite the release of critical security enhancements in between regular software updates for iOS, iPadOS, and macOS. This approach allows for a more immediate response to certain security issues such as this one. Upon the application of a Rapid Security Response, a letter is appended to the software version number, indicating that the update has been implemented.

Who and What is Affected?

The vulnerability affects all devices running: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS Ventura that have not been updated to the latest security patches. This includes iPhones, iPads, and Mac computers. The exploit could be triggered by a vulnerable browser processing specially crafted (malicious) web content, leading to remote code execution.

How Can Attackers Exploit This Vulnerability?

Attackers can exploit this vulnerability by creating a webpage or web content that includes malicious code designed to exploit the vulnerability in Apple WebKit. They then need to trick the victim into opening this malicious webpage. This could be done through a phishing email, a message, or by compromising a website that the victim trusts and visits often. Once the victim opens the malicious webpage on a vulnerable browser, the malicious code is executed.

 

What Could Happen If This Vulnerability Is Exploited?

With the ability to execute arbitrary code, an attacker could potentially gain control over the victim’s device. This could allow them to install malware, steal sensitive data, create backdoors for future access, and more. In essence, the attacker could gain the same access to the device as the user, leading to a significant breach of privacy and security.

How to Patch This Vulnerability?

Apple has addressed this issue with improved checks in their Rapid Security Response updates. The patches were initially released for macOS Ventura 13.4.1 (a), iOS 16.5.1 (a), iPadOS 16.5.1 (a), and Safari 16.5.2. However, due to a bug in Safari, some of the updates were pulled. Apple has since released new fixes to address this issue.

 

To patch this vulnerability, users should update their devices to the latest software versions:

iOS 16.5.1 (a) and iPadOS 16.5.1 (a), released on July 10, 2023.

iOS 16.5.1 (c) and iPadOS 16.5.1 (c), released on July 12, 2023.

macOS Ventura 13.4.1 (a), released on July 10, 2023.

To check for updates, go to the settings of your device, select ‘General’, and then ‘Software Update’. If an update is available, tap ‘Download and Install’.

Connect the Classroom: Funded Wi-Fi For Schools

Connect The Classroom, Government funding for schools

The Connect the Classroom scheme is a government-funded program that provides funding for schools in eligible areas to upgrade their wireless network infrastructure. This funding can be used to improve the speed, reliability, and coverage of a school’s Wi-Fi network.

Just some of the benefits of the Connect the Classroom scheme include:

Faster and more reliable internet access:

A faster and more reliable internet connection can help students to access online resources more quickly and easily, and can also help to reduce the number of dropped connections during online lessons.

Improved collaboration:

A better Wi-Fi network can make it easier for students to collaborate on projects, and can also help teachers to deliver lessons that require students to work together online.

Enhanced learning experiences:

A better Wi-Fi network can open up new possibilities for learning, such as the use of virtual reality and augmented reality.

Improved Security:

Install the latest, most robust Wi-Fi network allowing you to take advantage of the best security solutions.

How to use the Connect the Classroom scheme

A school must be located in an Education Investment Area to be eligible for the Connect the Classroom scheme. Schools can apply for funding by submitting a proposal to the Department for Education. The proposal should include information about the school’s current Wi-Fi network, planned improvements, and the benefits the school expects to achieve from the upgrade.

How do I know if my school is eligible?

You can talk to your Planet IT Account manager, and we will find out for you, but basically:

All state schools in Priority Education Investment Areas (EIAs) are eligible to apply for funding.

Priority EIAs are schools in:

Blackpool, Bradford, Derby, Doncaster, Fenlands and East Cambridgeshire, Halton, Hartlepool, Hastings, Ipswich, Knowsley, Liverpool, Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire Coast, Norwich, Nottingham, Oldham, Portsmouth, Rochdale, Salford, Sandwell, Stoke-on-Trent, Tameside, Walsall, West Somerset.

Schools in other EIAs with an Ofsted rating below ‘Good’ are also eligible to apply for funding.

Other EIAs are:

Bedford, Bolton, Bury, Cambridgeshire, Central Bedfordshire, Cornwall, County Durham, Coventry, Darlington, Derbyshire, Dorset, Dudley, East Sussex, Isle of Wight, Kirklees, Leeds, Lincolnshire, Luton, Manchester, Norfolk, North Northamptonshire, North Somerset, North Yorkshire, Nottinghamshire, Peterborough, Plymouth, Rotherham, Sefton, Somerset, South Gloucestershire, South Tyneside, St. Helens, Suffolk, Sunderland, Swindon, Wakefield, Wirral.

Priority Education Investment Areas (EIAs)

Map & detail source, click here.

So, what do you do now?

The Connect the Classroom scheme is a valuable resource for schools that are looking to improve their Wi-Fi network, as essential for modern learning. The Planet IT Education Specialists can walk you through the process.

Here are the steps you can take now.

  1. Talk to your Planet IT Account Manager to start the process and check if your school is eligible.
  2. Discuss the best Wi-fi solution for your school.
  3. Secure your quote to include with your proposal to the Department for Education.
  4. Once approved, install the upgrades.
  5. Enjoy the benefits of a faster, more reliable Wi-Fi network!

 

The Cloud: Your Ticket To Growth Or Your Ticket To Extinction?

The Cloud: Your Ticket To Growth Or Your Ticket To Extinction?

The cloud is no longer the future of IT. It is the now of IT. Businesses that don’t embrace cloud computing are putting themselves at a serious disadvantage.

Here are just a few of the reasons why your business will be left behind if you don’t embrace the cloud:

  • You’ll be less competitive. Cloud-based businesses can be more agile and responsive to change. They can also scale up or down their resources as needed, which gives them a significant advantage over businesses that are still using on-premise solutions.
  • You’ll lose customers. Customers are increasingly demanding cloud-based services. If your business doesn’t offer these services, you’ll lose out on potential customers.
  • You’ll be more vulnerable to security threats. Cloud providers have a team of security experts who are constantly monitoring their systems for threats. On-premise solutions, on the other hand, are often more vulnerable to security breaches.
  • You’ll spend more money. Cloud computing can be more cost-effective than on-premise solutions, especially over time. This is because you only pay for the resources you use.

If you’re still not convinced, consider this: a recent study by McKinsey found that businesses that adopt cloud computing are more likely to grow their revenue by 20% than businesses that don’t.

So, what are you waiting for? Embrace the cloud and start reaping the benefits today.

Here are some specific examples of how businesses in the UK are being left behind by not embracing the cloud:

  • A medium-sized business in Swindon is struggling to compete with larger businesses that are using cloud-based marketing and sales tools.
  • A manufacturing company in Reading is losing customers because it can’t offer cloud-based customer service.
  • A financial services company in Oxford is at risk of a security breach because it is still using on-premise servers.

These are just a few examples of the many businesses in the UK that are being left behind by not embracing the cloud. If you don’t want to be one of them, then it’s time to start planning your move to the cloud today.

Don’t miss out on the benefits of cloud computing. Embrace the cloud and start growing your business today. Contact me directly if you have any questions – [email protected] or DM me on LinkedIn

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Critical Vulnerability in Fortinet FortiGate Firewalls: Immediate Action Required

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A critical security flaw was identified on Sunday 11th June 2023 in Fortinet FortiGate firewalls that could potentially be exploited by threat actors to achieve remote code execution.

 

IMPORTANT UPDATE from Fortinet June 12th: https://www.fortiguard.com/psirt/FG-IR-23-097

 

Details

This vulnerability, formally tracked as CVE-2023-27997, is reachable pre-authentication, on every SSL VPN appliance. In simple terms, this means an attacker could potentially execute arbitrary code on the system even without needing valid credentials. It is important to note that the details of this vulnerability are currently not fully disclosed, but Fortinet is expected to provide more information in the coming days.

Impact

The flaw could allow a malicious actor to interfere via the VPN, even if Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is activated. This poses a significant threat as it could potentially allow unauthorised individuals to gain access to sensitive information, manipulate data, or disrupt services.

In recent years, vulnerabilities in Fortinet firewalls have become a lucrative attack vector for cybercriminals. If exploited, this could lead to severe consequences including data breaches, operational disruptions, and potential reputational damage.

Recommended Action

Fortinet has released patches to address this vulnerability in FortiGate versions 6.2.15, 6.4.13, 7.0.12, and 7.2.5. We strongly advise you to apply these patches immediately to mitigate any potential risks.

We understand that patch management can be complex and time-consuming. However, in this instance, the severity of the vulnerability makes prompt action essential.

It is essential that you act on this immediately. If you’re not sure what to do, or if you think you may already be a victim, call the Planet IT security team now: 01235 433900

 

URGENT ALERT: Papercut Vulnerabilities

PaperCut Vulnerability

Two vulnerability reports were recently made public regarding high/critical severity security issues in PaperCut MF/NG. (Latest update May 9th)

It has been observed that multiple threat actors including nation states are exploiting unpatched servers in the wild.

While initial attacks were targeting critical infrastructure (primarily in the US), current threat actor activity appears to be more opportunistic, affecting organisations across various sectors and geographies. We are aware that this has become a particular threat to the Education sector here in the UK.

The first vulnerability is a ‘Remote Code Execution vulnerability’.

This allows an unauthenticated attacker to get remote code execution on a PaperCut Application Server. This could be done remotely and without the need to log in.

papercut hack

The second vulnerability is a ‘User account data vulnerability’.

This allows an unauthenticated attacker to potentially pull information about a user stored within PaperCut MF or NG – including usernames, full names, email addresses, office/department info and any card numbers associated with the user. The attacker can also retrieve the hashed passwords for internal PaperCut-created users only (note that this does not include any password hashes for users sync’d from directory sources such as Microsoft 365 / Google Workspace / Active Directory and others). This could be done remotely and without the need to log in

As more threat actors begin to exploit these vulnerabilities in their attacks, organisations are strongly urged to prioritise applying the updates provided by PaperCut to reduce their attack surface:

URGENT | PaperCut MF/NG vulnerability bulletin (March 2023) | PaperCut

It is essential that you act on this immediately. If you’re not sure what to do, or if you think you may already be a victim, call the Planet IT security team now: 01235 433900

 

Can’t wait to integrate ChatGPT into your business processes? …actually, here’s exactly why you should wait!

ChatGPT for business

You can’t escape it. It’s all over the news and social media about this sudden wave of improvements in LLM (Large Language Models) or as most people know them at the moment Chat-GPT! 

Every large tech firm is rushing to integrate these technologies into their products with Microsoft launching co-pilot and Bing with Chat-GPT integration. Google is launching AI lead improvements to Workspace and Facebook accidentally leaked the source code to their LLM. 🤦‍♂️

With all of this going on you would expect that these products are at least secure and pose no risk to the users, businesses or the general public. And while I am wholly in favour of improvement to AI and ML, we must consider the risks these LLM pose as they begin to become part of everyday life. 

What are you talking about?

I should start by covering what an LLM is. Well in the words of Nvidia “A large language model, or LLM, is a deep learning algorithm that can recognise, summarise, translate, predict and generate text and other content based on knowledge gained from massive datasets.” To most of us what this means is that a system can take input in human language, not machine code or programming language and can then complete these instructions. Now, this can be as simple as how do you bake a cake. Or you can ask it to write an application that will convert files to pdf and upload them to an FTP server based on the IP address x.x.x.x and write an output file for me to show completion, in C++. The LLM will then go away, compute the question against the information it has been “taught” and will then come back with an answer.

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 There are a few things we should all be aware of with LLMs as they stand today, these limitations are present but not always obvious. 

  • LLMs are driven by the dataset they have and may have complete blind spots to events if they occur post the data set provided, i.e Chat GPT (GPT-3) is based on a data set from 2021. So if you ask it about the F1 teams for 2023, it will either throw an error or will simply give you information it “generates” from the information it has been fed.
  • LLMs can therefore “hallucinate” facts and give you a completely incorrect answer if it doesn’t know the facts or if the algorithm works itself into a situation where it believes it has the right information.
  • LLMs are power-hungry. They need huge amounts of computing power and data to train and operate the systems.
  • LLMs can be very biased and can often be tricked into providing answers by using leading questions making them unreliable.
  • The largest risk is that they can be coxed into creating toxic content and are prone to injections actions.

Therefore the biggest question remains what is the risk of introducing an LLM into your business workflow? 

With the way that LLMs work they learn from data sets. Therefore, the potential risk is that your business data inside applications like Outlook, Word, Teams or Google Workspace is being used to help develop the LLM and you don’t have direct control over where the data goes. Now, this is bound to be addressed over time but these companies will 100% need access to your data to move these models forward so limiting its scope will have an impact on how they develop and grow. Microsoft and Google will want to get as much data as possible. 

As such you need to be careful to read the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy of any LLM you use. 

Other Risks

This one is scary, and it increases as more organisations introduce LLMs into the core workflow, is that queries stored online may be hacked, leaked, stolen or more likely accidentally made publicly accessible. Because of this, there is a huge risk of exposing potentially user-identifiable information or business-related information. 

We should be aware of the misuses risk that also comes from LLM with the chance they will be used to generate more convincing phishing emails, or even teach attackers better ways to convince users to enter into risky behaviour. 

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The final risk that we should be aware of is that the operator of the LLM is later acquired by a company that may be a direct rival to yours, or by an organisation with a different approach to privacy than when you signed up for the platform and therefore puts your business at risk. 

As such the NCSC recommends

  • not to include sensitive information in queries to public LLMs
  • not to submit queries to public LLMs that would lead to issues were they made public

At this point, Planet IT’s recommendation is not to integrate the new features from Microsoft and Google into your business workflow. Certainly not until proper security and data controls have been implemented by these companies and the risk of your business data being used as sample material to teach the LLMs is fully understood. These are emerging technologies, and as we continue to see change at Planet IT we are monitoring everything very carefully to understand how it will affect the security and data compliance of your business. 

More information from the NCSC can be found here : https://www.ncsc.gov.uk/blog-post/chatgpt-and-large-language-models-whats-the-risk

If you want to talk to one of our experts about how we can help you with your security and understanding of LLM then please call 01235 433900 or you can email [email protected] or if you would like to speak to me directly you can reach out to me via DM or at [email protected].

IMPORTANT!!

This article was NOT written by ChatGPT. It was written by this ChapJPD (James Peter Dell)

Cloud Security Assessment Checklist: Protecting Your Business in the Cloud

cloud security checklist

Just because your data is in the cloud, that doesn’t mean it’s secure.
What???

I know many people believe that because they use Microsoft Azure, AWS or GCP, and big tech have their own security measures in place, that means you are safe, right? It doesn’t!!

In order to protect your sensitive information and comply with industry regulations, you need to perform a comprehensive security assessment of your cloud infrastructure.

Here is our recommended cloud security assessment checklist to help you ensure that your cloud environment is secure:

Access Management

Access management is one of the most critical components of cloud security. You need to ensure that only authorized users have access to sensitive information and systems. This can be achieved through the implementation of strong authentication methods such as multi-factor authentication, the use of secure password policies and even better, biometric authentication.
Additionally, it’s important to regularly review and audit your access logs to detect any unauthorised access attempts.

MFA

Directory Service

Directory services play a crucial role in cloud security by providing centralised authentication and authorisation for your cloud environment. A robust directory service will allow you to manage user accounts, passwords, and permissions in a secure and scalable manner. Ensure that your directory service is properly configured and that it integrates seamlessly with your access management solution.

Data Loss Prevention and Backup Policies

Data loss prevention is critical in protecting your sensitive information in the cloud. Implement a comprehensive data loss prevention strategy that includes the use of encryption, data backups, and disaster recovery solutions. Ensure that your data backup policies are regularly tested and updated to ensure that your data can be recovered in the event of an unexpected outage or disaster.

Rely on a Security Team

This is key. A dedicated security team is essential for ensuring the security of your cloud environment. This team should be responsible for the implementation and management of your cloud security solutions, as well as for performing regular security assessments and audits. Whether in-house or outsourced, make sure that your security team has the necessary skills and experience to keep your cloud environment secure.

Encryption

Encryption is an essential component of cloud security. Encryption can protect your sensitive information from unauthorised access, even if it falls into the wrong hands. Ensure that your data is encrypted both at rest and in transit, and that your encryption keys are properly managed and protected.

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Security Updates

Often overlooked, updates are critical for keeping your cloud environment secure. Regularly update your cloud infrastructure and security solutions to ensure that you are protected against the latest threats. Stay up-to-date with the latest security news and vulnerabilities to ensure that you are prepared for any potential security incidents.

Monitoring

Regularly monitor your cloud environment to detect any security incidents or threats. Ensure that you have the necessary tools and processes in place to quickly respond to any security incidents, and that your security team is properly trained and equipped to handle them.

In conclusion, the cloud is an essential component of modern business, but it also presents a unique set of security challenges. By following this cloud security assessment checklist, you can ensure that your cloud environment is secure and that your sensitive information is protected. Keep this checklist handy and regularly assess your cloud security to ensure that you are always protected.

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