The SANS Institute explores trends in the security of cloud computing based on their 2017 survey of IT professionals.
Cloud Adoption Grows. Concerns Remain.
As diverse as your cloud environment may be, if you are involved in overseeing or deploying cloud services at your organization, there is one inviolable truism you must keep in mind at all times: No matter how simple or complex your cloud deployments, you can never allow the security of your data or applications to be compromised in any way.
Here are three recommendations for incorporating security into the planning of an SDDC.
Many organizations do not realize that the virtual networks that are part of Amazon Web Services (AWS) workloads need to be protected. McAfee understands the complexity of the public cloud and has designed a security architecture specifically for AWS.
Aberdeen Group discusses the move to the public cloud and the security shared responsibility model that leverages the strengths of both the public cloud service providers (architecture and infrastructure at scale) and enterprises (applications and data) to provide the enterprise with stronger capabilities than could be achieved going at it alone.
Whether you’ve moved to the cloud or are on your way, you can build in the security you need.
With easily usable private clouds designed to run business-critical enterprise applications, leading organizations benefit from a simple and pain-free path to a reliable and optimized platform for their business infrastructure. This Aberdeen Research whitepaper shows you the way.
Enterprises have evolved their data centers to include private clouds, and are now challenged to secure these environments. Breaches in these highly virtualized environments are difficult to detect and can go unnoticed far too long. Advanced analysis capabilities are needed to effectively improve detection of sophisticated advanced attacks within a private cloud. This technical whitepaper explains how.
These suggested questions should help in your process of identifying, evaluating, selecting, and working with CSPs.
As hybrid clouds become increasingly complex, securing these complicated environments requires both an understanding of what makes them different and the use of solutions designed for the job. This white paper from ESG explores best practice for adopting the hybrid cloud.
This e-book provides an overview of private cloud models, the underlying technologies that enable successful deployments and the security challenges—and benefits—of deploying a private cloud. Finally, it discusses security technologies and approaches that maximize protection, minimize risk and leverage the private cloud to drive innovation.
Enterprises are adopting hybrid cloud, and faced with some new security challenges.
Most workloads are already implemented in private clouds.
Learn more about implementing private cloud security solutions to protect software-defined data centers (SDDCs) and virtualized infrastructure.