Tag: cloud security

93% of businesses are worried about public cloud security

93% of businesses are worried about public cloud security

Bitglass released a report which uncovers whether organizations are properly equipped to defend themselves in the cloud. IT and security professionals were surveyed to understand their top security concerns and identify the actions that enterprises are taking to protect data in the cloud.

There Is No Cloud Security Market Segment

There Is No Cloud Security Market Segment

Yes, there are plenty of security solutions that protect cloud assets, but there is no cloud security segment in the Directory published in Security Yearbook 2020.

As We Return To Work It’s Time For Clear Thinking On Cloud Security

As We Return To Work It’s Time For Clear Thinking On Cloud Security

‘Building the plane while flying it’ is a Silicon Valley idiom that has probably felt a bit too real for the UK’s hardworking IT teams these last few months, faced, as many have been, with a sudden need to enable a remote workforce and ensure business continuity. The use of cloud services has soared, connecting…
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3 things the pandemic taught us about cloud computing

3 things the pandemic taught us about cloud computing

Many enterprises are learning some hard lessons they did not even know existed four months ago We’re in a recovery now, and at some point, things will be back to near normal…hopefully. We learned that some businesses fared better than others during the upheaval. Nine times out of ten, those businesses leveraged cloud successfully to…
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CEOs Have Their Heads In The Cloud Around COVID-19

CEOs Have Their Heads In The Cloud Around COVID-19

As Pandemic Moves In, On-Premise Moves Out The COVID-19 pandemic is hastening many companies’ ongoing migration to the cloud as organizations both small and large see their workforce turned into a well-distributed, stay-at-home army. While large on-premise datacenters were once all the rage, COVID-19 is helping to prove how unwieldy they can be, according to several industry…
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Critical questions to answer in developing a cloud risk-management strategy

Critical questions to answer in developing a cloud risk-management strategy

Many organizations claim to have a cloud strategy. But, when you ask their executives what the strategy is, they simply say: “Well, we’re in the cloud.” Unfortunately, getting to the cloud is not a strategy—especially when it comes to protecting the cyber assets that you are migrating there. There is a link between security and…
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What Is A Data Passport: Building Trust, Data Privacy And Security In The Cloud

What Is A Data Passport: Building Trust, Data Privacy And Security In The Cloud

Cloud – Data privacy is one of the most critical elements of business today — and also one of the most challenging. Sixty percent of businesses reported they suffered a data breach caused by a vendor or third party in 2018, and according to Gemalto, more than 6 million records are lost or stolen every…
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How DevOps and security teams can get along better

How DevOps and security teams can get along better

Are we stuck in a rut? DevOps – Agile software development has been with us for nearly two decades since the original Manifesto was published. Software development and IT teams all strive for better software that responds to customer needs, broadly in line with the principles of agile. However, there are still problems that exist…
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Making The Smart Bet On Cybersecurity

Making The Smart Bet On Cybersecurity

There is no denying that cybersecurity should form a key part of any business strategy, so why do high-profile data breaches keep occurring? A lot has been written about how such attacks are becoming the norm, but reconciling the risks of an attack with an appropriate business strategy remains a significant challenge. While larger enterprises…
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Cloud (In)security: Protecting Your Business Across Multiple Platforms

Cloud (In)security: Protecting Your Business Across Multiple Platforms

Depending on how much of a formalist you are, cloud computing (aka network-based computing) was invented in the 1960s by Joseph Carl Robnett Licklider who was working on Arpanet or in 2006 when Google CEO Eric Schmidt used the term “cloud computing” at an industry conference. It turns out, 2006 was also the year that…
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