Editor's Note: In this article, Eli Smadja, Security Research Group Manager at Check Point, discusses the need for a new approach to cloud security in 2023 and why simply offering training courses is not enough.

There is a constant need for vigilance when it comes to cybersecurity within the cloud environment and, while the shift to hybrid working was an unavoidable pivot after the pandemic, it also made it easier for cybercriminals to exploit businesses through their supply chain network.

When comparing the past two years, we have seen a significant increase in the number of attacks per organization on cloud-based networks, which went up by 48% in 2022 compared with 2021.

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