Key Principles and Strategies for Securing the Enterprise Cloud

December 6, 2018

Organizations are increasingly deploying a variety of workloads across multiple clouds. In turn, business-critical data and services are increasingly scattered across this distributed infrastructure. Using the shared responsibility model as a guiding principle, enterprises rely on cloud providers to protect the network, storage, and computing layers, while enterprises (end-users) own the security for everything that is built, deployed, or stored in the cloud. Due to multi-cloud adoption, most enterprises maintain heterogeneous environments, with tools from each cloud platform differing significantly.

For organizations, this results in a complex, nonuniform network security infrastructure. The only viable answer is a unified security solution that runs across multiple cloud platforms. Organizations seeking to deploy applications in the cloud must deploy security solutions that embody key attributes and a security architecture strategy that supports a wide variety of use cases for various cloud deployments. Download the cloud security blueprint to learn more about the eight most common cloud use cases and three critical security principles for enterprise cloud deployments.

Previous Flipbook
Network Access Control in the Era of IoT and BYOD
Network Access Control in the Era of IoT and BYOD

Learn more about the three main attributes of third-generation network access controls that security archit...

Next Flipbook
Consistent Security and Visibility for Hybrid Clouds. The Integration Between Fortinet and AWS Security Hub
Consistent Security and Visibility for Hybrid Clouds. The Integration Between Fortinet and AWS Security Hub

Learn how Fortinet Security Fabric helps organizations establish consolidated visibility and ensure consist...