Cloud Security is Business Assurance.
Cloud is no longer the future state. It's the present reality. It's where your business operates, where it innovates, how it enables employees, and how it connects with customers. Whether you're using IaaS for workloads, supporting agile development with PaaS, or enabling your work-from-anywhere workforce with SaaS, you rely on cloud workloads to get business done. But securing cloud workloads and data isn't simple.
Traditional Security Tools Leave
Cloud Blind Spots
Visibility gaps increase risk and make it difficult to manage the attack surface. To truly defend cloud environments, security teams need the ability to monitor cloud workloads for unexpected changes or communications with untrusted or unknown entities.
Cyberattackers Exploit the Cloud
for Malicious Activity
Business organizations aren't the only ones getting wise to the benefits of cloud. Attackers are now using the power of the cloud to their advantage, creating malicious cloud applications that bypass security controls like authentication, and using cloud automation to scale.
Cloud Increases Software Supply
Chain Attack Risk
Insecure containers increase the chances of successful supply chain attacks. Defending ephemeral environments requires continuous monitoring, AI-powered analysis, and the ability to detect advanced threats and respond with speed and confidence.