Don’t Miss the Essentials: Get Your Public Cloud Security Strategy Straight


Where are you in your public cloud security optimization journey?

Public cloud adoption is exploding. Gartner forecasts worldwide public cloud end-user spending to grow 18% in 2021 to $304.9 billion. Organizations are taking hybrid and multi-cloud approaches to digitally innovate, modernize processes, build efficiencies, and collaborate among teams. With the right public cloud approach, your development team can get the resources they need fast to move your enterprise forward.

But with any technology, there is risk. Security breaches happen, and the proliferation of public cloud has given rise to shadow IT and other threats to your critical data and infrastructure. A recent market report indicated that 83% of organizations believe security is a huge challenge. There are numerous points of potential failure in your enterprise and understanding them early can be the difference between averting disaster and not.

In our newest eBook, 7 Essentials for Public Cloud Security Optimization, we cover the seven essential tips every enterprise needs to consider to keep their public cloud environments secure. You’ll learn a step-by-step methodology for keeping your organization safe while navigating public cloud. Don’t miss your chance to learn the essentials right here.

Read the eBook for free here, and if you’re ready to take your public cloud security optimization strategy to the next level, sign up to talk to us today.

See how CloudBolt simplifies public cloud security optimization for enterprises today.

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