Over 70% of organizations depend on two or more clouds. If your organization falls into this category, you probably have a unique set of security tools for each individual cloud. Although this does provide a certain degree of security, this set-up can be problematic for several reasons:
- Security data and security intelligence cannot be communicated across cloud native security platforms, potentially resulting in security gaps or vulnerabilities.
- Your IT team is looking at siloed data. When data is siloed, it’s difficult to correlate, and consequently, security incidents can go unnoticed for long periods.
- While you might have many security tools, the number of tools doesn’t necessarily provide any indication of the strength of your security system. A large number of tools may simply mean that it takes more time to train staff, and more human capital expenditure in monitoring security.
In a study conducted by Dimensional Research, 99% of global security leaders who were using a wide array of cloud native security solutions reported that the configuration led to challenges.
You won’t believe the benefits of unified cloud native security. With unified cloud native security, you can eliminate the need for multiple management consoles, reduce management time and receive a higher level of security overall.
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