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Securing the Cloud

How to Increase Cloud Visibility to Power New Business Opportunities 

With 93 percent of enterprises having a multi-cloud strategy and 87 percent having a hybrid cloud strategy, there is no doubt that migrating data to the cloud has become a strategic way to optimize business opportunities while minimizing risk.

But the move to the cloud brings concerns about seeing and studying threats. More data needs to be seen, integrated, and managed – from across your cloud environments to your SIEM, EDR, and more.  In order to properly secure the cloud to enable new business opportunities, you must begin by increasing cloud visibility.   So is there anything standing in your way to give you this visibility?

In this paper, you’ll learn:

  • Why greater visibility into the cloud will improve your security posture
  • How to identify and overcome the most important roadblocks to cloud visibility
  • What practices and technology solutions can improve visibility across data that spans multiple cloud platforms

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