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Driving into the Cloud. Is it safe?

Feb 19, 2018 | Bert Zahniser
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

Do you have the flow?

Feb 15, 2018 | Jaime Perez
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

My SharePoint Site is Horrible, but that’s OK

Feb 14, 2018 | Jason Rivera
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

Nuances in Microsoft Exchange Online Migrations

Feb 9, 2018 | Jaime Perez
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

Microsoft’s Office 365 Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Feb 7, 2018 | Jaime Perez
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

Amazon Workspaces: The Next Big Thing for Business is Here

Jan 30, 2018 | Steve Schuler
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

Recommendations Regarding Meltdown and Spectre

Jan 5, 2018 | Ned Bellavance
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

GDPR and Microsoft’s Compliance Manager Service

Dec 14, 2017 | Jaime Perez
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

Staffhub: Scheduling and Communication for Shift Workers

Dec 14, 2017 | Jason Rivera
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]

Office 365: Integration, Intelligence, and AI

Nov 22, 2017 | Jason Rivera
Yet another high-profile company has exposed data in an unsecured AWS S3 bucket. Over the past year it was Dow Jones and Verizon, now this time it is FedEx, exposing 119,000 scanned documents including passports, driver’s licenses and more. While the S3 bucket in question came from the 2014 FedEx acquisition of Bongo International, it highlights […]