Does the ownership of security within your organization look like a disorganized football scrimmage with no clear offense or defense?
This is often the case since many organizations launch their cloud security programs in response to an acute pain point, such as a security incident or compliance obligation, without an overall strategy in place. Typically, whoever’s role that pain point affects most directly is put in charge of finding a solution to address it.
If your organization has taken this approach, you’re probably dealing with significant confusion around who owns what part of the security process. Chances are you’re also facing resource constraints, challenges and frustrations. And you’re probably hungry for a more organized and defined approach. Don’t worry. We have you covered.
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Sometimes it feels like achieving security in the cloud comes with more roadblocks than a presidential motorcade on Election Day. As the platforms, devices and compliance requirements proliferate, picking the right tool(s) for your specific company and industry turned into a really complicated ordeal. You have to deal with data that comes in every shape and size, individual privacy and compliance needs and the explosion of BYOD culture. Where to even start?
Building on last week’s post about getting your cloud security playbook in order, we wanted to share six of the most common cloud security roadblocks that we see companies running into over and over. Don’t worry, we’ve also got tips for overcoming them, so you can get your data locked down and get back to providing value for your customers. Read on…
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The conversations are evolving, the threats are advancing and the strategies are shifting. Cloud adoption has surged forward in recent years, with 93 percent of companies now using cloud technology in some form or another. But far less than that have a proper cloud security strategy in place, and that means they are vulnerable to threats. Here’s where cloud security stands today. Read more “Strategy Before Tactics: Getting Your Cloud Security Playbook in Order”
Threat Stack’s involvement at this year’s AWS re:Invent was a roaring success. The team returned to the scene where we launched out of beta just one year ago, as one of only five companies invited on stage by Amazon CTO Werner Vogels during his Start-up Launch keynote address.
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