Application containers can reduce costs and streamline software development, but they also increase the attack surface, necessitating strict adherence to container security best practices.
When it is implemented correctly, hybrid cloud data protection enables organizations to safeguard critical data across their choice of on-premises, public and/or private cloud services.
Businesses that want to advance cloud security at scale need to invest in both the people and the technology that will reduce risks.
Regardless of what cloud service model you adopt, it's important to consider security implications related to application development, data and contract management, and IT asset governance.
Moving identity management processes to cloud IAM services introduces benefits such as cost-efficiency, flexibility, faster deployments and simplified operations.
Failure to consider security when developing a hybrid cloud can lead to unanticipated problems that don't exist in typical technology infrastructure.
In the rush to digital transformation, treating cloud security services as an afterthought to hybrid cloud adoption is an increasingly risky mistake.
During the recent IBM Resilient year-end webinar, expert panelists discussed and debated the trends that defined 2018 and offered cybersecurity predictions on what the industry can expect in 2019.
Compliance with various regulations and cloud security requirements has expanded as technology and cloud uptake advance, leaving organizations with a challenging conundrum to solve.
Financial services firms face three challenges when adopting the hybrid cloud: continuous compliance with geography-specific regulations, inconsistent controls and lack of a common security framework.