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When Capital One disclosed that its servers had been hacked in 2019, affecting more than 100 million customers and compromising information such as Social Security numbers, credit scores and credit card transaction data, attention turned to Amazon
But Amazon (AWS) said it is not responsible. "AWS was not compromised in any way and functioned as designed," the company said in a statement. "The perpetrator gained access through a misconfiguration of the web application and not the underlying cloud-based infrastructure. As Capital One explained clearly in its disclosure, this type of vulnerability is not specific to the cloud."
Security consultants have raised the concern that these AWS like breaches happen every day with smaller cloud customers and there needs to be more accountability when get financial or Intellectual Property damage.
Among the business leaders the top most concern when migrating to Cloud is Security (78%) and neither performance nor scalability.
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Business Development Manager, LogicFinder Inc.
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