This release of the Qualys Cloud Platform version 2.41 includes updates and new features for new Gov clouds in AssetView / CloudView and Web Application Scanning, highlights as follows.
This release of the Qualys Cloud Platform version 2.35 includes updates and new features for AssetView, Cloud Agent, Security Assessment Questionnaire, and Web Application Scanning, highlights as follows. (Note: this post has been edited after publishing to remove the Rule-Based Method to Purge/Uninstall Cloud Assets and Cloud Agents, and Azure Cloud Connector, which will be available in a subsequent release.)
This release of the Qualys Cloud Platform version 2.34 includes updates and new features for Cloud Agent, EC2 Connector, Continuous Monitoring, Security Assessment Questionnaire, Web Application Scanning, and Web Application Firewall, highlights as follows.
In this blog series, we’re discussing solid security practices that are key for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance, and today we’ll address another crucial one: Indication of compromise (IOC).
In a nutshell, IOC can help customers who are dealing with unauthorized access to customer personal data by an external threat actor or adversary.
This makes IOC particularly relevant to GDPR’s stringent requirements for providing integrity, control, accountability and protection of EU residents’ personal data.
Read on to learn why IOC is critical for complying with GDPR, which went into effect in May, and how Qualys can help you.