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Why do you Need Cloud Security? 

Because you cannot afford not to. 

SMBs who experience a data breach [1]:  

  • 37% suffered financial loss

  • 25% filed for bankruptcy

Enterprises also experienced serious repercussions to security breaches: 

  • In 2018, Marriott had a data breach that affected 500 Million users and was fined $123 Million by UK Authorities

  • Equifax will pay $700 Million in fines to consumers over a data breach at the credit reporting bureau that affected nearly 150 million people in 2017


Challenges in Improving Security on the Cloud
Existing Security Measures Not Applicable to Cloud 

Traditional security models are often based on individual servers and full network control, which is difficult to execute on cloud.

Too Many Changes to Keep up

Cloud is growing so fast in its size, impact, features that learning how to use it becomes increasingly challenging; worse still it is on identifying the loopholes and plug them. 

Unclear Ownership

Traditionally, there is a InfoSec team responsible for the security and network.  Because of complexity, fast evolution, individuals are responsible for security of the component.  Governance is more difficult to implement than ever.  

Complex Hybrid Environment 

Unlike data centers, secure cloud models consists of a diverse set of services that are translatable to data center networking, virtual machines and access.  This diversity lead to complexity.

Standards are Difficult to Interpret for Cloud Workloads

IT Compliance standards are written mostly with physical data centers in mind.  Cloud security model and shared responsibility is not always translatable to the compliance requirements;  this leaves a number of confusions and policy translations to cloud

Apply Cloud Security across All Layers 

Together with OpsGuru's Security Experts, you can achieve security coverage on the cloud with cloud-native tools. 

Kubernetes Security

Tailored security approaches in alignment with CIS Kubernetes benchmark and workload security best practices

Network Perimeter Security 

Cloud-native firewall, intrusion detection/protection systems that gives you security without introducing latency 

DevSecOps Security

"Shift left" on Security with Security as code made possible by tools like Terraform Enterprise (Sentinel) and Open Policy Agent

Scanning of infrastructure as code to detect misalignment from security best practices 

Infrastructure as Code Security 

End-to-End Coverage is In Your Hands 

Software Delivery 

Hybrid Infrastructure 

Application Platform 

Data Exchanges 

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