How to navigate security challenges in a multi-cloud environment
"Where once, data and workloads could be guarded within a simple framework - as if inside a castle complete with battlements, arrow slits and moats – sensitive data now needs to be understood within and between multiple frameworks. This means taking a more agile approach to security and challenging legacy beliefs."
Multi-cloud strategies are now the norm in cloud computing, but they come with a range of security challenges. The multi-cloud demands a new security approach, which is able to respond to data within and between multiple clouds. In this article, we discuss how best to navigate the multi-cloud environment from a security perspective.
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- The benefits and risks of utilising multiple clouds as part of your cloud strategy.
- Transitioning from a perimetric security approach to an agile one.
- Why the ‘Zero Trust’ model is appropriate in a multi-cloud environment.
- Best practices when navigating the multi-cloud environment.
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