CLOUD SECURITY REPORT

Thumb original 2022 cloud security report fortinet final

Organizations continue to shift workloads to the cloud at a rapid pace to achieve faster time to market, increased responsiveness, and cost reductions. With the majority of organizations expected to have more than half their workloads in the cloud within the next 12-18 months, it is no surprise that cloud security continues to remain a top concern.

This 2022 Cloud Security Report, based on a comprehensive global survey of cybersecurity professionals, reveals these security challenges and offers fresh insights on the state of the cloud and cloud security today. The study reviews organizations’ choices and responses as they try to gain more confidence in securing their cloud environments.

Zum Report
Anbieter: Fortinet UK Limited   |   Größe: 2,19 MB   |   Sprache: Englisch
Das könnte Sie ebenfalls interessieren:
Thumb original case study uk public sector

UK Public Sector Organisations Trim Security Costs Through Technology Consolidation

In times of austerity it is the public sector that feels the impact of initial expectations to save money and become more efficient. Private sector organisations need to be driven by necessity before they act and pursue efficiencies, whereas the decision is made for the public sector at a governmental level and usually at an early stage. As such, public sector organisations like councils often find themselves thrust into the role of pathfinders in order to make efficiencies and cost savings.

IT is an area where many efficiencies and cost sav ...

Zur Case Study
Thumb original flyer secure sd wan for local authorities

Secure SD-WAN for Local Authorities

Local Authorities (LAs) usually consist of geographically dispersed sites across a town or region, where users have independent connections to each site and access to a range of applications (i.e. both local and in the cloud) that require a consistent quality of service in order to connect to resources, share data across the different sites and connect back to the main office buildings. As each of these sites requires substantial bandwidth, traditional SD-WAN simply cannot keep up with expanding cloud-based performance needs across an extended ...

Zum Report
Thumb original keepit   leading saas data security   eguide  6

Leading SaaS Data Security, Raising the Bar for Data Protection in the Cloud Era

Information security has never been more important—or challenging—than it is today. There are growing threats from external actors and insiders, new systems and software are being deployed faster and more frequently than ever before, the zero-trust model is leading to widespread changes in visibility and access control, and economic pressures demand that costs be reduced or avoided altogether.

We believe in transparency, because it enables prospective buyers and technical evaluators to make informed decisions. Accordingly, we have prepared t ...

Zum Report
Screenshot 2022 09 21 at 10.19.51

The 10 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up

In Forrester’s evaluation of the emerging market for software-as-a-service (SaaS) application data protection (SADP), we identified the 10 most significant providers in the category — Acronis, Asigra, AvePoint, CloudAlly, Commvault, Devart, Druva, Keepit, Spanning Cloud Apps, and Veritas Technologies — and evaluated them. This report details our findings about how well each vendor scored against 10 criteria and where they stand in relation to each other. Technology leaders and SaaS application admins can use this report to select the right part ...

Zum Report
Screenshot 2022 09 21 at 10.19.15

Innovation Insight: Backup for SaaS Applications

Multiple data loss scenarios and limited recovery options can lead to data loss in software-as-a-service applications; however, backup for SaaS applications is rare and lacks standards. Hence, I&O leaders must understand the challenges and solutions related to recovery of SaaS application data.

Key Findings
Third-party support for backing up data in software as a service applications will remain rare, due to a complete lack of standards for third-party vendors.
SaaS customers can’t assume that the SaaS vendor is invulnerable to attac ...

Zum Report