By Rodman Ramezanian
Enterprise Cloud Security Advisor, Skyhigh Security


As the ancient military strategist, Sun Tzu, famously said: “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.”

That proverb rings true in IT security, as organisations wage constant wars against threat actors attacking their cloud computing infrastructure. It’s doubly true in the rapidly changing context of cloud security, where security teams cannot rely on yesterday's processes, frameworks, and methodologies to understand and mitigate risks. There's never been a more crucial time to stay up to date.

Enter the Skyhigh Security Intelligence Digest (SSID)!

The SSID is an ongoing series that analyses recent and noteworthy cloud security threats and incidents, cybercriminal actors and campaigns, vulnerabilities, and more. Each instalment will provide key learnings and insights, as well as actionable guidance for security-minded professionals.

In our upcoming first edition, Not-So-Harmless Chats—Microsoft Teams Used to Distribute Malware, we'll explore the use of Microsoft Teams for malware distribution, why these attacks occur and recommendations for protecting users.

Stay tuned!

Rodman Ramezanian


Read the Skyhigh Security Intelligence Digest,
Not-So-Harmless Chats — Microsoft Teams Used to Distribute Malware

View the entire Skyhigh Security Intelligence Digest series here.