Security research has shown how misconfiguration of AWS S3 can inadvertently lead to data being stolen and exploited by bad actors. S3 draws its strength from the sheer speed, fluidity, and volume with which it handles data. The same can be said of the SaaS applications that support key enterprise business functions today. And just as with S3 buckets, misconfigurations here can give bad actors ready access to the data in these applications.
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