Cloud service providers and others are attempting to address cloud security issues that arise due to the traditional patchwork-style of cyber security. They intend to do this by building cloud-native application protection platforms (CNAPP), a single platform to secure cloud-native workloads.
Cloud Security: A Primer
Cloud security encompasses the security, compliance, and governance procedures that prevent system failures, unauthorized access, and other threats to cloud databases.
A unified security and observability platform can automatically detect and respond to severless threats, like those targeting AWS Lambda services.
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While most cloud providers offer some forms of security, it usually only covers certain areas of the cloud, and even then may not be comprehensive enough to protect against attacks.
As AI continues to advance, it will continue to permeate every layer of society.
Modern Authentication (Modern Auth) is more secure and provides a better user experience, given the distributed and federated nature of the modern web experience.
Data masking of cloud data helps businesses meet data privacy regulations and protect operations, customers, users, and sensitive information.
Many believe that zero trust offers the best pathway for those seeking to reduce risks and mitigate weaknesses in complex data ecosystems.
With FedRAMP in control of all authorization, the speed at which officials in different departments can access data and create collaborative tools has improved, and cloud service providers can optimize security services to meet the criteria of one department instead of several.
Businesses will look to performance management tools to ensure efficiency and consistency across all regions of the enterprise.