Friday, September 14, 2018
According to a prediction by Gartner, more than half of global enterprises already using the cloud today will adopt an all-in cloud security strategy by 2021. The technology has been around for a decade and in that time has allowed for more agile, scalable solutions and greater innovation from IT departments. However, companies are still experiencing growing pains as use of the cloud expands beyond the IT department. Common challenges include measuring compliance, gaining visibility across the IT infrastructure and open communication between security operations and IT groups. But it’s clear that the cloud is here to stay, and these challenges should be faced head-on.
Answer Fuel’s cybersecurity question of the month: Has your company migrated to the cloud? If so, what were the challenges and successes? If not, what do you see as barriers to entry? How can cybersecurity professionals be leaders for change in this space? Share your answers with us in the Fuel Virtual Water Cooler forum.
Want to learn more about migrating to the cloud? Join Palo Alto Networks on Thursday, Sept. 20 at 9 a.m. PDT for a special livestream, where they’ll answer questions about some of the biggest challenges companies face when moving to the cloud.
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