Last year, 2020, was a turning point in how organizations are understanding cloud security. First, the market created a definition of what are the differences between IaaS Security (how can I secure my production environment) and SaaS Security (how can I secure my data in 3rd party services). In addition, companies realized that cloud environments required a different security lifecycle than the classic network security.
Understanding the lifecycle of cloud security is mainly based on the shared responsibility model, which means that in SaaS environments the customer is only responsible for protecting the data they are storing.
Sounds easy now? Not so sure. In 2020, McAfee’s report says that the number of threats targeting cloud services has increased by a huge figure of 630%, and by 2022, Gartner projects that 95% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault.
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- Reduced Human Error — Avoid manual scripts and auditing to manage and validate complex security scenarios on a large scale.
- Save Time — Automate all of the security controls across SaaS applications into a single, easy-to-use platform.
- Increased Efficiency — Fully utilize your security stack — identify missing or misapplied products and security controls.
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