Cloud has surged. Attack surface has broadened. As security leaders struggle to protect the business from sophisticated, evolving threats, they must also settle the long-standing conflict between performance and security: Remove security friction to allow full-speed business processes like product development, HR growth and customer acquisition, without compromising on the organization’s security and compliance posture. Innovation may sound like the answer. However, with limited time and man hours for research and evaluation, it is very hard to keep up with innovation and implement the optimal solution with correct, precise configurations. This requires a new approach to innovation adoption in general, and to public cloud security architecture in particular.
We interviewed 3 security leaders: A CISO, a security architect and a security vendor, regarding their view of the challenges and their way of winning them.
- Eyal Webber-Zvik: VP of Product Marketing at Cato Networks
- Dror Arie: Senior Security Engineer at GlobalDots
- Guy Flechter: Founder of Cider Security and former CISO at AppsFlyer & Liveperson