57 min

Ransomware in SaaS: When 3 Levels of Redundant Backups Failed | John Goecke | CEO, StratusVue The SaaSTrana Show

    • Technology

In this session, John Goecke (CEO) discusses with Venky how everything changed for StratusVue after a ransomware attack in 2018.

He shares how the construction industry is a soft target as there is no regulatory oversight, unlike in banking and healthcare, and security is always an afterthought for business owners.   

Along with all this, he explains complex terms like zero-day, zero-trust, FedRAMP, etc., in a highly rudimentary way.

Key highlights from the discussion: - 


Cybersecurity in the construction industry
API protection processes at StratusVue
The story of 2018 crypto-malware - Trust but verify your security!
IT security spending in construction companies'
Becoming security compliant for Federal projects
Country-wise data sovereignty
Verifying, knowledge sharing, and auditing for security
Security - a business enabler & not an after-thought

About Indusface:  

Indusface is a leading application security SaaS company that secures critical Web, Mobile, and API applications of 4000+ global customers using its award-winning fully managed platform that integrates web application scanner, web application firewall, DDoS & BOT Mitigation, CDN, and threat intelligence engine.   

Indusface has been funded by Tata Capital Growth Fund II, is the only vendor to be named Gartner Peer Insights™ Customers’ Choice’ in all the 7 segments for Web Application and API Protection Report 2022, is a “Great Place to Work” certified SaaS product company, is PCI, ISO27001, SOC 2, GDPR certified and has been the recipient of many prestigious start-up awards. such as the Economic Times Top 25, NASSCOM DSCI Top Security Company, Deloitte Asia Top 100, among others.

Website: www.indusface.com

In this session, John Goecke (CEO) discusses with Venky how everything changed for StratusVue after a ransomware attack in 2018.

He shares how the construction industry is a soft target as there is no regulatory oversight, unlike in banking and healthcare, and security is always an afterthought for business owners.   

Along with all this, he explains complex terms like zero-day, zero-trust, FedRAMP, etc., in a highly rudimentary way.

Key highlights from the discussion: - 


Cybersecurity in the construction industry
API protection processes at StratusVue
The story of 2018 crypto-malware - Trust but verify your security!
IT security spending in construction companies'
Becoming security compliant for Federal projects
Country-wise data sovereignty
Verifying, knowledge sharing, and auditing for security
Security - a business enabler & not an after-thought

About Indusface:  

Indusface is a leading application security SaaS company that secures critical Web, Mobile, and API applications of 4000+ global customers using its award-winning fully managed platform that integrates web application scanner, web application firewall, DDoS & BOT Mitigation, CDN, and threat intelligence engine.   

Indusface has been funded by Tata Capital Growth Fund II, is the only vendor to be named Gartner Peer Insights™ Customers’ Choice’ in all the 7 segments for Web Application and API Protection Report 2022, is a “Great Place to Work” certified SaaS product company, is PCI, ISO27001, SOC 2, GDPR certified and has been the recipient of many prestigious start-up awards. such as the Economic Times Top 25, NASSCOM DSCI Top Security Company, Deloitte Asia Top 100, among others.

Website: www.indusface.com

57 min

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