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3 Core Factors that Can Decide Effective Cloud Security in 2022

As we move data into the cloud, adequate cloud security turns most critical. Here are three fundamental factors that influence cloud security. First, it is confirmed that the future belongs to the cloud.
Dependency on cloud infrastructure is only going to increase as enterprises adjust to a hybrid model of work. As per a report by Gartner, worldwide spending on the cloud is about to touch beyond $482 billion towards 2022. In 2020, this was approximately about $313 billion.

Here are three critical trends that are of extreme significance to the cloud industry.

Preventing problems in advance:

Prevent problems before they can take place by implementing security in advance in your workflows. It is necessary to have a consistently secure set of safety checkpoints much earlier. It is needed to stop policy violations and misconfigurations even before they are deployed.

Automation and remediation:

Automation is critical to enabling cloud security at the requisite speed. In addition, it is a must to have automated security resources to prevent human errors and to catch misconfigurations even before they are identified.

Having Complete Visibility into Cloud:

It is essential to have total visibility into the cloud. Having complete visibility is also about reducing noise from constant notifications or alerts. It is pretty easy for security experts to get distracted due to the noise from continuous notifications about any update, say tickets being opened or closed. Not all of these alerts may require immediate attention, while many of the warnings could be urgent. Therefore, reducing noise would enable professionals to ensure increased visibility into the cloud and get less distracted.
Most of the misconfigurations take place due to human errors. As cloud security turns critical, more research is happening on ensuring optimal cloud utilization.


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