Companies Lack Capabilities to Secure Cloud Infrastructure

A recent article in IT Pro Today takes a look at findings that reveal that most organizations have just entry-level solutions for their cloud security

Ermetic Team By Ermetic Team
Companies Lack Capabilities to Secure Cloud Infrastructure

Organizations do not, for the most part, have dedicated security teams to focus on protecting cloud resources from threats. In fact, most organizations have just entry-level solutions for their overall cloud security capabilities.

A recent article in IT Pro Today takes a look at these and other findings of our recent Osterman Research survey, of more than 300 organizations in North America with at least 500 employees and that spend at least $1 million annually on cloud infrastructure.

The article goes on to explain why a dedicated cloud security team is a must to secure cloud infrastructure since hundreds of services need to be protected and each service is a potential attack surface for hackers, according to Igal Gofman, Ermetic head of research.

In addition, execs from JupiterOne, a provider of cyber asset management and governance solutions, and ColorTokens, a provider of autonomous zero-trust cybersecurity solutions, share their insights on how and why cloud threats are evolving and how companies can prepare and protect themselves.

Read Nathan Eddy's full article on IT Pro Today.