What Is the European Cybersecurity Certification Scheme for Cloud Services (EUCS)


The European Cybersecurity Certification Scheme for Cloud Services (EUCS) is an initiative to establish a unified certification process for cloud services across the EU. Cloud services and associated managed services are critical to most government and business functions, and the EU follows the example of other jurisdictions in focusing explicitly on this area of cybersecurity with the EUCS framework.

This article aims to discuss the framework of EUCS and explore the practical implications of this scheme for cloud service providers and their users. 


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Understanding API Security

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One of the fastest-growing security attack surfaces is the Application Programming Interface (API). These functions allow programmers to tap into distributed services like data retrieval or social media broadcasting, vastly expanding the interoperability of different software tools. Accordingly, because API access often requires connecting to or using sensitive data, this presents significant security risks. 

We’re talking about API security and how it can impact your compliance strategies. 


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Rhysida and the Growth of Ransomware in 2023

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Ransomware isn’t going anywhere… in fact, it’s only growing. As several studies show, the threat of ransomware associated with attacks like phishing and APTs is only increasing, and hacking groups are leveraging ransoms to generate significant revenue while also threatening proprietary data. 

The latest threat, the Rhysida malware, is just the latest of these threats tearing through the healthcare and financial industry. 


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