Cloud computing is the fuel for modern digital transformation. Businesses around the world have invested heavily over the course of the pandemic to adapt to new market conditions, drive more efficient business processes and support mass work-from-home. That is appreciated 60% of corporate data worldwide is now stored in the cloudand much of it will take place in public cloud data centers.
But while many IT leaders cite security concerns as a key obstacle to public cloud projects, the truth is that those who invest often unknowingly expose their organization by misunderstanding where the responsibility for security lies. The best way to mitigate these risks is with a data-centric security approach that keeps sensitive data safe, no matter how complex the environment.
Concerns in the cloud
So much positive is written about migrating data and workloads to the cloud. It can result in improved IT agility, scalability, redundancy and cost savings to name a few benefits. But…