A new report shows that phishing remains a top attack vector and hackers are targeting cloud storage providers like Google and Dropbox. Tim Erlin, Senior Director of IT Security and Risk Strategy at Tripwire commented below.

Tim Erlin, Senior Director of IT Security and Risk Strategy at Tripwire:

tim_erlin “As consumers and business shift their data storage from local and network hard drives to cloud, the criminals simply follow the data. Storing your data in the cloud doesn’t magically protect it. Attackers will continue to subvert the mechanisms that organizations use to access and manage data in the cloud for their own gain.”

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