The Six Key Requirements of Multicloud Security

Consistent, Comprehensive Security Doesn't Have to Be Complex

Achieving consistency within cloud environments is relatively easy when dealing with a single cloud. But when you shift to a multicloud architecture, the challenge of maintaining consistent configurations grows exponentially.

In this e-book, “The 6 Key Requirements for Multicloud Security,” we've laid out actionable guidance to help you optimize multicloud consistency and security. By breaking down best practices and security requirements into six basic categories, your cloud admin and DevSecOps teams can conquer the deep challenges of multicloud security – all from a single, unified platform. This e-book also covers how to:

  • Monitor, audit and validate all your configurations across all your clouds.
  • Embrace DevSecOps practices to secure your entire application development pipeline – not just your production cloud environment.
  • Identify and correct inconsistencies that lead to poor security postures, regardless of how many clouds or workloads you need to protect.
  • Monitor your compliance posture across all your clouds through a single dashboard.
  • Detect anomalies revealing the first signs of attack.

When it comes to multicloud, the less consistency you have, the easier it is for security risks to creep into your cloud and remain under your radar. As this e-book explains, to protect against these risks, you need a cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) that can deliver continuous visibility and threat prevention throughout the application lifecycle, including zero-day threats.

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