9th June, 2021 4 Min read
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Infrastructures, threat, and security are all under a quick, constant evolution. Once every few year there comes a tipping point which forces us to rethink our technology posture. 2020 was that tipping point.
The cloud surge has peaked during the Pandemic, as remote work became the new normal for most office-based businesses. This has introduced insider threats at an unprecedented scale, forcing companies to rethink fundamental concepts like user identities, permissions, and secure access.
In parallel, we saw a widespread adoption of Open Source code as part of the software development cycle – introducing the threat of undiscovered vulnerabilities and dependencies to almost any product out there.
Lastly, InfoSec compliance standards (like anything accounting, really) become increasingly complex as they evolve, and and apply to more companies than ever before.
Happening pretty much all at once, these trends now require a new approach to innovation adoption in general, and to cloud security architecture in particular. Having said that, we don’t want security to slow down the business as it has done so far. On today’s global, hypercompetitive business landscape, where everyone just seeks to scale as quickly as possible, security is often an afterthought – and this is a dangerous habit. We know that shifting left will only be realized if security stops becoming a nuisance.
Hence we sat down to define the basics of an adequate security stack – the very minimum that can protect the digital business from 2021’s security threats, while allowing core business processes like product development run uninterrupted.
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Once every few years, new technologies mature and reach a tipping point which requires a completely new outlook on the enterprise landscape, as it keeps evolving too. 2020 was such a tipping point, introducing cloud usage and remote work in unprecedented scales worldwide. In the context of cloud security, this tipping point created a burning […]
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