In a tumultuous world, cybersecurity is of increasing importance and whoever does not pay enough attention to it will sooner or later find themselves in the role of the victim as their data will be stolen by criminals. Under changing circumstances, security – especially digital – can no longer simply be something that the IT department must deal with but must instead be a topic on the agenda of every manager. Implementing the Zero Trust model is an important cornerstone in ensuring a higher level of security.
IT news portal Geenius published an opinion article by Klemens Arro, CEO of ADM Cloudtech, about trends in cloud security. Read from this article why are multi-cloud solutions on the rise and how can Zero Trust policy help organisations of all sizes. Nearly half of all world organisations have had some sort of experience with problems regarding data security. And indeed, as more data is created, the more it will leak, the more security audits will fail, and the more frequent attacks will become. It is an inevitable part of any technology’s lifecycle and the cloud, which is currently still one of the most secure ways of storing and managing your data, is no exception to this rule. Most of the time, new security services and solutions won’t be of much help either as generally, companies don’t actually know which solutions they should implement to protect themselves. This is the conclusion that security company Thales came to in their recent Cloud Security Study: Global Edition.
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