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All About Cloud Computing, Tricks Of The Trade From A Cloud Infrastructure Leader

Despite all the talk of cybersecurity capabilities being built in versus bolted on, security remains an afterthought for a vast majority of...

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All About Cloud Computing, Tricks Of The Trade From A Cloud Infrastructure Leader

Despite all the talk of cybersecurity capabilities being built in versus bolted on, security remains an afterthought for a vast majority of digital transformation activities such as mobility, cloud services and customer experience programs.
Too often, security is seen as slowing down a project rather than enabling its success, and with time pressure to get a project up and running, the lack of sound security considerations is a problem for organisations striving for true business resilience.

Ensuring that cyber risk management is part of your business resilience plan is not something that can be added after the event. It must be included from the outset and embedded across the organisation, from your technologies right through to your culture. Today, the pressure in the digital economy is to be ‘always on’, offering a continuously available service to customers. And that means that – more than protecting the enterprise – the challenge now is to ensure its resilience.

Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source solutions, using a community-powered approach to deliver high-performing Linux, cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies. They help you standardise across environments, develop cloud-native applications, and integrate, automate, secure, and manage complex environments with award-winning support, training, and consulting services.

Through Red Hat’s services, your business will be able to combine business continuity planning with risk management planning to better navigate disruptive change and protect shareholder value, this spills over into being strategic about cloud migration too.

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As the world becomes more turbulent, organizations need to accelerate their business resilience planning.
As organisations continue to expand their digital footprint, the risks associated with digital business are increasing in quantity and complexity and the need to provide continuously available services to customers requires organizations to become more reliable and more resilient.

As organizations rapidly adopt cloud networks, due to flexibility, scalability, cost effectiveness and more, security needs to be at the front and centre. It is against this background that the virtual Cloud & Security Forum 2020 is designed to assist in driving an impartial and informed dialogue in the rapidly evolving information security industry. The virtual event will unfold on the 18th and 19th of March.

Having continued to create an environment for making new connections, the summit with visionary speakers at the nexus of new technologies and cyber security solutions purposes to share their insights and demonstrate their ability to safeguard customer data.

From new applications being consistently added to networks to employees taking access control shortcuts and credentials being compromised, it is clear that there are endless vulnerabilities to detect and manage.

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Join the information security industry experts as they discuss strategies, tools and solutions to ensure your organisation is secure.

Register here.

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