The State of Cloud Native Security 2020

The first annual State of Cloud Native Security report examines the practices, tools and technologies innovative companies are using to manage cloud environments and drive cloud native development. Based on a survey of 3,000 cloud architecture, InfoSec and DevOps professionals across five countries, the report surfaces insights from a proprietary set of well-analyzed data.  
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The Business Case for Cloud Threat Defense

When evaluating solutions for cloud compliance and security, the most common options include repurposing legacy data center solutions, building from scratch, or buying a cloud native security product. This report provides an overview of the practical benefits of Prisma Cloud, one such cloud native security product, along with a prepared cost/benefit analysis.  
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The Continuum of Cloud Native Topologies

There are many compute options for cloud native environments, and the differences among them are nuanced. Each has its own advantages and downfalls, and few organizations will find a single option that fits all their needs. This white paper offers a model for viewing the different technologies as a continuum to address different scenarios, which..
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Deploying DevSecOps with Scalability in Mind

Businesses of all sizes are embracing the DevOps model to accelerate digital transformation and become more agile. While few can dispute the benefits that the DevOps model brings to businesses, security concerns exist. Many businesses, in their rush to deploy applications rapidly and embrace a continuous delivery cycle, are overlooking the importance of cybersecurity. The..
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Mastering Hybrid Cloud Security

Enterprises have embraced hybrid cloud — here’s what you need to know when it comes to security You’d think by now all the cloud-computing buzzwords would’ve rained down. But hybrid cloud computing still has a fuzzy nature about it. For whatever reasons enterprises embrace cloud, hybrid cloud use is near ubiquitous. According to a 2017..
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The DevSecOps Approach to Securing Your Code and Your Cloud

DevSecOps, at heart, is about collaboration. More specifically, it is continual collaboration between information security, application development and IT operations teams. Having all three teams immersed in all development and deployment activities makes it easier for information security teams to integrate controls into the deployment pipeline without causing delays or creating issues by implementing security..
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A New Approach for Securing DevOps Environments in the Cloud

Today's, high-performing teams deploy on demand or multiple times per day, and they can deploy changes to production in less than an hour. Servers themselves may exist for less than an hour. This rapid pace is leaving security teams behind. And the massive gap between code being deployed within hours and security projects taking weeks puts companies at risk. To learn more, download this free e-book now.
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