March 16, 2022 | 10:00 AM CDT
In the modern IT environment, data, applications, and devices are no longer bound by the confines of corporate premises or data centers. They are distributed across multiple private and public clouds and the edge. With network perimeters fading away, traditional security frameworks will no longer function the way they used to, thereby putting enterprise data at risk.
It is not surprising that many organizations continue to be dissatisfied with their cloud adoptions. The failure to achieve ?desired operational agility? by moving to the cloud has become a question mark, making them want to reconsider their decision. One of the most cited roadblocks to realizing cloud adoption success is, surprisingly, cloud security.
It is not the cloud but the lack of understanding of the cloud security model that is a threat to cybersecurity and agility. To remove security issues out of the cloud success equation, organizations must rethink their cybersecurity approach. Instead of fixing the perimeter, organizations must reinforce machine identity management and implement a zero-trust framework to secure digital assets in multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environments.
Hear from our panel of cybersecurity experts as they talk about some key learnings and share best practices about securing digital transformation with a robust machine identity management approach.