Owning your own Access Security - The key to building strong cloud security and avoiding the risk of vendor lock-in

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The latest cybersecurity incidents affecting government agencies and organizations as well as large enterprises around the world, who have invested heavily in digital and cloud initiatives, have demonstrated the urgent need for a different approach to security.

Based on cloud security’s shared responsibility model, businesses should segregate their security duties from those of cloud service providers, bring their own security tools to avoid cyber threats and from criminals moving laterally into their corporate networks. Security duties segregation can also help organizations in meeting and sustaining compliance with an evolving regulatory and jurisdictional landscape, as the “Schrems II” rule proved.

Read this white paper to discover the tangible benefits of selecting a vendor-neutral cloud security solution to address the evolving security risks and privacy requirements, including:

  • The risks and limitations of having everything with a single service provider
  • The key regulatory motivations for a neutral cloud security solution
  • The tangible benefits of shared security models

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