Since the early 2000s the trend has been to move to the public cloud. It is estimated that by 2018 60% of workloads is run in the cloud. With the move, however, comes certain security risks.
There are two well-understood facts about the public cloud. First, it is essentially someone else’s computer – a set of virtualized resources (computer, networking and application) that you control yet are operating on a system owned by a third party. Second, the public cloud is an extension of your network.
But how secure is your data and applications in the public cloud? While the cloud service provider infrastructure is likely highly secure, your applications and data in the public cloud are only secure with your help.
Attackers are no longer limited by location. Their intent is to compromise your network to steal user data, intellectual property or computing resources, whether in the public cloud, private cloud or physical data center. We can help you take the necessary steps to protect your applications and data in the public
Is your app and data secure?
Are your hosts and containers secure?
What's actually happening?
Who is making changes and why?
Are you compliant?
What do you have in the cloud?