3 Ways To Manage Enterprise Shadow IT

Gartner predicted that shadow IT is 30 to 40 percent of IT spending in large enterprises, and Everest Group predicted that it can be 50 percent or more of IT Spending. This indicates that a lot of IT spendings are being bypassed to IT department. How to manage enterprise Shadow IT has become a big concern for a lot of organisations.Read More

Top 4 Best Practices To Manage Shadow IT

Here is a small list of the major policies and best practices to manage Shadow IT

 

Policies To Have

1.Have A Shadow IT Policy

Create a policy document that takes care of the major areas of Shadow IT Management. This will make sure all company assets and services get registered on a single repository from and all major data sharing gets accounted for including an organization’s subdomain, third-party services etc.
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Gartner Predicts 30% Of Breaches Due To Shadow IT by 2020

This article delves into the risk Shadow IT poses. In a recent report Gartner predicted 30% of breaches due to Shadow IT, this further brings the focus to this topic. Let’s take a look at the report and a few mitigation strategies

 

1.What Gartner Predicted About Shadow IT

Gartner’s Top Security Predictions in 2016 predicted ‘By 2020, a third of successful attacks experienced by enterprises will be on their shadow IT resources.’.Read More

Gartner’s Top 3 Articles On Shadow IT

Gartner predicted 30% breaches due to Shadow IT by 2020. This is just one part of how critical this risk area is for the enterprise space. We have put together some of the top resources from Gartner on Shadow IT along with the links to the detailed reports and articles. This will help you get a quick run through the top resources from Gartner on Shadow IT.Read More

Analysing/Dissecting Uber Subdomain Takeover Attack

Subdomain Takeover is a type of vulnerability which appears when a DNS entry (subdomain) of an organization points to an External Service (ex. Heroku, Github, Bitbucket, Desk, Squarespace, Shopify, etc) but the service is no longer utilized or has been migrated/deleted. In this blog, we will be dissecting Uber Subdomain takeover vulnerability which was further escalated to authentication bypass of all ube subdomains.Read More

Top 6 Subdomain Takeover Attacks On Uber, Lamborghini, USA.gov

One of the major pain point for large enterprises is not knowing their digital infrastructure completely. Hackers are constantly looking for these soft targets. Subdomain Takeover is a type of vulnerability which occurs when a DNS entry (subdomain) of an organization points to an External Service (ex. Heroku, Github, Amazon, Bitbucket, Desk, Squarespace, Shopify, etc) but the service is no longer utilized.Read More