Exclusive Threatpost research examines organizations’ top cloud security concerns, attitudes towards zero-trust and DevSecOps.
Over the past 15 years, the cloud has blown business into a new age of networking, for solid reasons: Small businesses can get online fast, using the same tools as the big companies; large companies can scale up and down to match demand; and organizations of all sizes can quickly react to business fluctuations in terms of allocating resources and onboarding applications.
As well, of course, over the past few years, the pandemic has made cloud resources crucial when it comes to supporting remote workforces.
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However, the mad dash to set up shop in the cloud can sometimes lead to stormy weather: There are, after all, beaucoup security challenges hidden behind the cloud’s promise of blue