The sheer number of reports that cloud security teams deal with are becoming a serious problem, and "alert fatigue" is causing critical alerts to be missed at an alarming rate.
For enterprises, getting up to speed with cloud deployments, migrations, and protecting their cloud infrastructure in time and cost-efficient ways is more important now more than ever.
Ransomware attacks and cloud security are two of the most persistent cyber defense issues today. CISA is taking a major step in expanding public-private partnerships with a new initiative.
Nearly 100% of companies suffered at least one data breach in past 18 months. Most cited inadequate identity management and the lack of visibility as the major cloud security threat.
IT and security decision-makers need to prepare for an expanding digital world and consider how increasing cloud usage, consumer distrust, new legislation, and a permanently distributed workforce impacts the ways in which they do business.
In many ways, the benefit of cloud computing is also its main drawback. How can organizations keep their IT environments secure while leveraging the full benefits of a cloud-native approach?
Survey of nearly 2,000 IT professionals indicates that cloud security has been improving as the need for these services grows, but organizations are still hitting some common stumbling blocks.