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eBook - A Modern Approach to Securing Hybrid Workloads

Securing Your Hybrid Cloud eBook

 Did you know? 

  • Through 2020, 90% of cloud breaches will be due to customer misconfiguration, mismanaged credentials, or insider theft, and not cloud provider vulnerabilities
  • 89% of breached organizations had a firewall in place at the time of compromise
  • 70% of all healthcare data breaches were due to device theft or loss
  • In one case, a US health insurer experienced a data breach of millions of patient (PHI) records, with a direct cost of only 4% but a total exposure of $1.68B

Is there a way out?

We’re pleased to announce the availability of our eBook, ‘A Modern Approach to Securing Hybrid Workloads.’  It looks at how to build an architecture that is both continuous and agile for cloud infrastructure security, reducing the potential threat of a breach by providing a single, hybrid view, across private and public clouds.  We look at the following challenges facing CISOs, their IT staff, and DevSecOps, and outline solutions.

  • What are the challenges facing today’s CISO with regard to information overload and accountability?
  • Why continuous security is so critical in the cloud and for containers
  • The shared responsibility model and where enterprises trip up
  • Fundamentals of a cloud-native security architecture including micro-services and APIs
  • Operations including an AWS CloudFormation example
  • Container security and Functions as a Service
  • Ten Selection Criteria –
    • Flexibility
    • Extensibility
    • Responsiveness
    • Agility
    • Deep Discovery
    • Broad Policy Library
    • Real-Time Risk Scoring Across Infrastructure
    • Container (Docker) Support
    • Cloud-agile Pricing
    • Intelligence
  • Benchmark Development
  • Glossary and references for cloud security

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Cavirin provides security management across physical, public, and hybrid clouds, supporting AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, VMware, KVM, and Docker.