Real Tips for Securing Your Data & Workloads in the Public Cloud

Securing the flow of your public cloud workload.

Moving data into a public cloud infrastructure has many cost and operational advantages for organizations. However, some workloads aren’t a viable fit for a public cloud. To receive the best of both worlds, more organizations are working towards a multi-cloud environment. This expansion in strategic cloud offerings has changed the way customers and providers manage responsibility and data security.

Public cloud services like Amazon Web Services (AWS) identify their security and compliance responsibility at the infrastructure level – including the physical back-end layers of their network, database and data storage. This leaves the security responsibility of the data within the cloud to the customer, which is also the most technically challenging and expensive portion of the cloud to secure. Luckily, the recent evolution in data security is helping customers improve the management of their security from the inside out.

When considering which cyber security tools to use in the public cloud, the best approach is to start from the data center and work out to the endpoints. Starting from within the data center can help organizations build a meaningful roadmap of how data flows through the cloud. Learn more about securing your workloads with our “Real Tips for Securing Your Data & Workloads in the Public Cloud” webinar.

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