8 Common Security Mistakes Repeated in Multi-Cloud Environments

Don’t fall for these 8 common cyber security mistakes.

Maintaining a high level of cloud security is essential for organizations who provide cloud services and deploy cloud applications. Yet, studies by the Ponemon Institute found that many organizations aren’t confident in their cyber security methodology or provider. The studies show that 62% of organization don’t thoroughly vet their cloud services for cyber security risks and 58% don’t believe their cloud usage violates privacy regulations. In a time where breaches make front page news and heavy government regulation fines can devastate an organization and stakeholders, proactively optimizing cloud security should be at the top of every agenda.

Despite industry concerns, the use of Software as a Service (SaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has experienced tremendous growth with no sign of slowing down soon. With reported trust in cloud security at a significant low and use the cloud booming, how can organizations structure their data flow to maintain a high level of cloud security and compliance? Learn the answer to this question and more with our webinar, co-hosted by Armor and the Ponemon Institute titled, titled “8 Common Security Mistakes Repeated in Multi-Cloud Environments”.

Our webinar on the Evolution of Hackers starts in 15 minutes, there’s still time to sign up. Don’t miss this educational webinar with Raf Los, our VP of Security, and Mike Mayes, Sr Writer & Researcher! #hackers #cybersecurity #cloudsecurity https://www.armor.com/webinars/superheroes-villains-the-evolution-of-hackers/

Today we are announcing that @Technologent, a premier provider of information technology solutions and services for Fortune 1000 companies, has joined Armor’s Global Partner Program to bring cloud security and compliance solutions to its customers. http://www.armor.com/newsroom/technologent-partners-with-armor-to-bring-cloud-security-and-compliance-solutions-to-its-customers

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