GravityZone and Nutanix AHV: How Bitdefender promotes security efficiency for cloud workloads

As enterprises shift towards a cloud-first digital environment, the need to address an increased attack surface and new threats continues to rise. An organization’s use of cloud infrastructure promises efficiency and speed for a company’s team of developers.

However, this tradeoff in operational efficiency doesn’t come without its own tradeoffs. If organizations don’t address and consider the associated cybersecurity risks, it can easily result in a data breach or accidental exposure.

Many cybersecurity solutions, however, end up compromising the operational efficiency brought on by cloud workloads. There’s too much noise, too many resources being utilized, and too much time, slowing down work, resulting in less productivity.

Organizations need to strike a balance and find the right security solution that provides centralized and streamlined security.

Cloud workload security challenges

As cloud workloads continue to expand and are of increasing importance to enterprises, companies should be aware of the following challenges.

Security is necessary

90% of the public cloud runs on Linux, meaning hackers can easily attack organizations by focusing on one OS. This is already resulting in real-world attacks and malicious actors will only get better.

Cloud workload security can quickly turn complex

Your cloud workload setup might already be complex

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