Get Your Guide to the Top 10 Public Cloud Security Recommendations
All organizations should know two fundamental facts about the public cloud:
First, you’re essentially renting someone else’s computers – a set of virtualized resources that you control but operate on a system owned by someone else.
Second, the public cloud is an extension of your network. While it’s likely your cloud service provider’s infrastructure is highly secure, protecting your applications and data in the public cloud is actually your responsibility.
A good rule of thumb is to secure your applications and data in the public cloud as if they were on-premise. Don’t risk your organization’s security with inconsistent protection. Protect your data consistently everywhere it resides.
Download our e-guide to see our top 10 public cloud security recommendations for securing public cloud workloads.