You pride yourself on your cloud computing security strategy and tool stack. Indeed, your system made up of many security solutions is both proactive, and self-updating. So, you’ll never have to worry about new security attacks that you’re not prepped to defend—well, almost.
Most IT shops do a good job looking for the latest DNS and ransomware attacks, but they’re not paying as much attention to the cloud security fundamentals such as physical security, federated data access governance, and network visibility.
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I once had a friend who was the best security guy in the business. He built a software-based security solution for his company’s on-premises data center that was both well done and state-of-the-art. However, over the weekend a security guard failed to lock a loading dock door and those very secure servers left in the bed of an F-150.
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