Cross-Cloud Hacking: Stealing Salesforce Data via GitHub & Slack

James Dawson, Cloud Security Architect, Varonis

Watch an attacker exploit a user’s personal Gmail account to gain access to a corporate GitHub repo and move laterally through Slack to Salesforce, stealing highly confidential customer data. We’ll show you exactly how this attack is performed, then highlight how Varonis can both pro-actively reduce the blast radius of cloud attacks as well as making it easier to discover and prevent cross-cloud attacks.

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