The Cloud is changing the way IT services and solutions are delivered. Software as a Service (SaaS) tools, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) Cloud are making it possible for your organization to enable cost savings, integration, visibility and scalability in the cloud architecture.
This transformation has resulted in increased awareness about your endpoint security. Here’s why Cloud makes it possible for your security teams to regain control over endpoints.
If your IT Managers are losing sleep over the widespread use of a wide variety of unsanctioned cloud services, then you are facing the inevitable Cloud Sprawl situation.
Any enterprise currently uses the Cloud in some capacity for its corporate use. The cloud solutions and services offer accessibility, security, availability, and productivity, that makes it the ideal platform.
The flipside of this innovation is that they are losing control over their data assets. Unrestricted and uncontrolled access, can compromise on the integrity and security of their corporate data. Using unauthorized cloud services can lead to business inefficiencies in the long run.
The increasing agility and Cloud Development has shifted the focus from the traditional perception of security. DevSecOps is the current trend, where rather than apply security to the application towards the end, it is implemented in all aspects of the development process right from conception to implementation, deployment and maintenance.
DevSecOps is an emerging set of practices that help the industry keep pace with innovation. DevSecOps is a combination of Compliance Operations, Security Engineering, Security Science, and Security Operations. It is designed to allow practitioners to provide value to business partners by focusing on solving security complexity with a customer back mindset.