Multi-Cloud Security

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Assuring your Multi-Cloud Operations

As we all evolve our online presence to meet the ever-changing demands and expectations of both our workforce and consumers, the cybersecurity solutions put in place to underpin innovation need to be designed to create a great user experience. This means frictionless authentication, which helps to protect the reputation of the organisation, while securing the network, the applications that deliver service, and the organisations ultimate asset – data.

However, with varying levels of access and permissions required by differing stakeholders – from consumers to developers, organisational leadership to new starters, the solutions needed to secure a digital ecosystem needs to be designed to defend an evolving IT landscape.

Preventing Deep Impact

Assuring applications, from code development through to APIs, ensuring the right people and machines have access to the correct information, and keeping the data that feeds everything safe and secure falls within a multi-cloud security strategy.

Our portfolio of multi-cloud vendors, such as Okta, Auth0, ThreatX and Fortanix, not only help protect from external threats – such as data breaches and hacks – and prevent deep impact when they do happen, they also ensure both the network and cloud-based applications are secured. They also help to ensure the user experience is not compromised as a result of the watertight security process running in the background.

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What is CIAM?

Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM) is embedded in every ‘login’ experience we have, and yet it’s one of the least popular terms you will hear in a conversation around cybersecurity best practice.

With customer expectations at an all-time high for a frictionless online experience, the onus is on organisations to ensure their perimeters are kept watertight and the threats are kept out, yet they don’t have to go it alone. Technologies such as CIAM are here to help lift the load.

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Cybersecurity in a Remote Working World

Technology from five years ago, let alone ten years ago, wasn’t built with today’s threats in mind. And, as threat actors show no signs of reducing in intelligence, outdated security solutions make it so much easier for attackers to exploit an organisation’s weaknesses. In addition, every employee in every organisation should have at the very least, a basic level of training on how to spot and avoid a potential cyber-attack.

We surveyed 250 IT decision makers, including IT managers, IT directors, CIOs, COOs/operations directors to uncover just how prepared businesses across the country are for a world where remote working is the norm.

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Understanding Multi-Cloud Security in 2022

As the way we work, communicate and shop continues to evolve and shift further online, the cybersecurity protection we put in place needs to protect each of us, while protecting the organisations that are serving us too.

This report explores what the current understanding of multi-cloud security is amongst IT leaders across the UK, where their concerns lie and which sectors, if any, are prepared for a world where multi-cloud operations are the norm. Within the report, experts from the sector share what they believe IT leaders can do to protect themselves in the multi-cloud age.

Find Out More

If you would like to find out more about Distology’s Multi-Cloud Security solutions, please get in touch with the team or alternatively, request a demo with one of our experts via the link below.