Cloud gives you flexibility, scalability and agility. But how do you secure your processes? Understanding cloud-specific requirements allows you to plan, design, implement and run your cybersecurity program efficiently.
With cloud, critical data is stored and processed in different environments, often from different providers. Users access data and applications from everywhere, at any time, from various device types. These technological advances change how we deal with cybersecurity. We need to adapt to a more diversified environment. Cloud security is about efficiently orchestrating and automating events, to enable quick detection of and response to cybersecurity incidents. It is about eliminating complexity, it is about agility and flexibility.
Three cloud security challenges
Every organization adopts cloud differently and has a different risk appetite. Most of them need to deal with three challenges:
- Manage & control cloud security
- Protect data, identities & applications
- Manage the multi-cloud complexity
Cloud value without the risk
Organizations use cloud to enable new business opportunities and to support their digital transformation, but security is often applied as an afterthought, if at all. At SecureLink, we are all about safely enabling business. This means grasping business opportunities while also ensuring critical assets and processes are protected. With SecureLink as your trusted partner in cloud security, we will guide you along the path of people, processes and technology, to safely enable your organization’s business.
Cloud and security: aligning paths
SecureLink is a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions and services. We have the expertise to guide and help you in securing your cloud journey. We base our solutions on our extensive cybersecurity knowledge, coupled with an understanding of the modern requirements related to cloud. We help you navigate the landscape of securing data, managing identities and applications with a zero-trust model, automating and orchestrating your security, and detecting and responding to incidents.