Threat Monitoring and Detection are Complex for Cloud-Based Orgs


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As companies move more operations to the cloud, their threat monitoring and detection requirements increase not only in scope, but in complexity.

A recent Gatepoint Research study surveyed 200 execs from various industries to find out how they operate in the cloud and approach cybersecurity. The study looked at ways companies manage their transition to the cloud, keep up with compliance issues, and handle security in public and hybrid cloud environments.

 Gatepoint Research asked cybersecurity execs, engineers and senior managers:

  • What types of cloud environments do you operate in?
  • What percentage of your workloads are in the cloud?
  • Is your company undertaking digital transformation/app modernization projects?
  • How are you hosting your infrastructure in the cloud?
  • What are common cybersecurity and compliance complaints in your org?
  • What are your top security initiatives for the next 12 months?
  • What cloud security features would be most valuable to your organization?

Their answers made it clear that large cloud workloads mean organizations struggle with manual effort, compliance changes, and new threats to apps, APIs, and infrastructure—especially in the cloud-native environment.

These companies want to improve their threat detection best practices and achieve compliance in an easier way—does yours?

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App and APIs: Only as secure as infrastructures they run on