Security: The Missing Ingredient in Your Public Cloud Strategy

Secure your public cloud investment with Armor Anywhere.

Using a public cloud service to manage data can help boost an organization’s efficiency at a lower cost. With the public cloud, organizations can focus their talents on the core competencies that make them competitive. While the public cloud can relieve an organization from resource intensive responsibilities, there is still one facet that they’re responsible for that demands their complete attention – data security.

Most public clouds have a responsibility model that outlines the specific portions of the cloud’s security and compliance that they’re responsible for. Cloud providers like Amazon Web Services follow the AWS Shared Responsibility model where the provider is solely responsible for the security of their infrastructure and the customer is responsible for all data.

Research by Gartner found that 95% of cloud breaches will be due to customer misconfiguration, mismanaged credentials or insider theft. Without the proper cyber security systems in place, organizations who are entering the public cloud can find themselves vulnerable to threats. To help organizations protect their data, Armor created the Armor Anywhere program, which combines a 24/7 security operations center with a full-suite of leading cyber security tools. Learn more about cyber security with Armor Anywhere in the public cloud with our, “Missing Ingredient in Your Public Cloud Strategy” webinar.

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