The State Of Public Cloud Security

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Part One Of A Three-Part Series On Public Cloud Security

Forrester found that organizations today are ceding much of the control over cloud security to developers, who lack both the expertise and the desire to fully enforce cloud security policies, for fear of being left out of the conversation. Cloud managers often cited time as a critical factor for not implementing the ideal security tools, policies, and practices. Establishing different levels of security for different workloads will help your organization find a balance between cost, time-to-value, and security.

KEY FINDINGS
› Developers are picking their own cloud tools.

› Security is not heavily involved in crafting security policies for public cloud.

› Cloud managers should create workload-specific security policies and automate security within the provisioning process.

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