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Security from device to cloud
Over 90% of organizations around the world use cloud services.1 From IT departments looking for a more cost-effective way to serve employees and customers, to business units signing up for the latest productivity app, the cloud is here to stay. Now, IT faces managing the interaction between cloud services and the numerous devices that connect to them. The key is security that focuses on those two control points—devices and the cloud—to securely accelerate your business’ digital transformation.
To enable this transformation, you need to change security from a barrier to an enabler of cloud adoption. Simply blocking cloud adoption won’t work, as evidenced by shadow IT averting oversight altogether. But that doesn’t mean defending the organization against threats and preventing data loss is forgone in the cloud. It’s more important than ever with your critical assets in the hands of third-party cloud service providers. In fact, they take protecting your assets seriously too, sharing significant security responsibility. The change is your responsibility. The change is cultural. Device-to-cloud security means protecting cloud environments from the start—whether adding security to an automated workload deployment, or applying data loss prevention policies to a new cloud app the first time it’s accessed.
You are always responsible for protecting some parts of your cloud.
Find out how much you need to do.
How do I protect my cloud?
Embracing cloud services can accelerate your business, but moving data and processes to the cloud also increases your potential exposure to threats. McAfee cloud security solutions allow enterprises to secure networks, workloads, and data in the cloud and defend against threats in SaaS applications, infrastructure and platform as a service (IaaS and PaaS), and custom applications—whether they are IT-sanctioned cloud apps or deployed as shadow IT. Explore the pages below to learn more about our cloud security offerings.
In the public cloud, visibility into your end user’s adoption and protecting sensitive data are top priority. The good news? Many of your existing security practices, including server protection, private cloud security, and data protection can be efficiently extended to the public cloud.Learn More >
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