At its recent Zenith Live conference, cloud security provider Zscaler launched its new cloud native application protection platform (CNAPP) solution, called Posture Control.

For those not familiar with CNAPP, it’s a consolidation of different point products that businesses use to achieve their cloud security objectives. CNAPP makes Information security (InfoSec) teams more efficient in public cloud risk mitigation by pulling in signals from different sources to help identify and prioritize vulnerabilities.

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Zscaler’s CNAPP Platform Focuses on DevOps and Security

Ransomware is on the rise and it’s coming from multiple sources. Additionally, whether the goal is to collect ransom for data or disrupt a company’s supply chain, these attacks are growing in sophistication.

Zscaler is a security company that closely follows existing and emerging cyberthreats. Zscaler’s Zero Trust Exchange is a security cloud that processes more than 200 billion transactions and 150 million blocked attacks daily. This integrated platform of services protects users and workloads using zero trust, which involves applying security policies to control access.

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Zscaler Uses Integrated Platform to Combat Ransomware

At its recent Zenith Live event, security services edge (SSE) market leader Zscaler released several new capabilities in its security platform designed for organizations that want to adopt zero trust in the cloud and manage risk from cyberthreats. The news comes as Zscaler also expands its relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide a unified solution for organizations moving to the cloud.

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Zscaler gives security a shot of AI

Ransomware attacks have grown by 80% year-over-year, as they continue to evolve in tactics and scope.

The findings come from Zscaler Inc.’s newly released ThreatLabz 2022 Ransomware Report, which uncovered a record number of attacks that have increased both in volume and the cost of damages.

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New Zscaler report finds ransomware continues to run amok

Data management and security practices are changing rapidly as data becomes fully distributed and fully situated in the cloud today.

Every organization is using hundreds of software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps—many that aren’t company approved. SaaS apps allow users to access them from anywhere at any time, boosting productivity and collaboration, which is why “shadow IT” has become one of the biggest headaches for corporate IT.

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Artificial Intelligence Enables Next-Gen Data Loss Prevention