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CNAPP and the World of Cloud Security

Recently we’ve been seeing more and more talk about CNAPP. It’s a relatively new term coined by Gartner that stands for cloud-native application protection platform. Gartner has added CNAPP to their hype ...
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Sensitive Data is Safer in the Cloud

How Private Cloud Enables Data Security

Calling today’s modern business environment data-driven is stating the obvious. Data is at the core of most, if not every, business strategy, and for good reasons. Data allows leaders to base their ...
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Rapid Cloud Adoption Introduces Security Risks

Organizations that store data, use applications and run workflows across multiple public cloud platforms create a serious challenge for security architects. Establishing and maintaining a consistent security posture for an organization that ...
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Cloud Party 2019, a Celebration You Won’t Want to Miss

By 2021 only 50% of the current physical infrastructures will remain, while the other 50% will be divided equally between the private and public cloud. The post Cloud Party 2019, a Celebration ...

Private Cloud vs Public Cloud Security Challenges

As a system administrator during the early days of the “cloud revolution” I found the “cloud” metaphor an interesting choice to frame the technology stack. Clouds, in my mind, were “woolly” and ...
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6 Imperatives to Securing Your Cloud Infrastructure

Companies across industries are increasingly shifting to the cloud to take advantage of greater scalability and agility, faster deployment and cost savings. The growth of cloud computing continues to accelerate, offering more ...
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Is the Private or Public Cloud Right for Your Business?

It wasn’t a very long time ago when cloud computing was a niche field that only the most advanced organizations were dabbling with. Now the cloud is very much the mainstream, and ...