Business innovation and cost savings seem to be the hallmarks of today’s great cloud migration.
While public cloud is undoubtedly an outsized piece of the conversation, news headlines of the latest data breach can make this move a very frightening proposition. The question of how to balance the downside of cloud computing risks with the upside of promising cost savings is, therefore, top of mind.
The dilemma becomes even more critical as your business starts leveraging the power of 5G telecommunications services. When added to existing network architectures and combined with other next-generation technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge-to-Edge capabilities, 5G will dramatically alter user experience – from retail to financial services, transportation to manufacturing, to healthcare and beyond.
Organizational governance changes associated with what cloud environment to use, who can use the environment, cloud solutions approval processes and overall data and application security are also daunting.
To fully realize the goal of remaining competitive and secure, decision-makers must address the risks head-on. This innovative path, however, requires them to answer many fundamental questions, including:
Collaborating on this panel gave us the opportunity to highlight AT&T cybersecurity services and their unique ability to bring together a global network of 24/7 operations centers and the AT&T multi-layer defense approach to address cybersecurity risks in even the most complex environments.
Answering these, and other essential cybersecurity questions were the primary task during the “Security ‘In’ the Cloud and ‘Of’ the Cloud“ panel I participated in during the AT&T Business Summit in Dallas, Texas. While enjoying the honor of being teamed with Danessa Lambdin, vice president of cybersecurity for AT&T Business and Jim Reavis, co-founder and CEO of Cloud Security Alliance, we were able to address the overwhelming task of securely using “the cloud.”
During the 60-minute conversation, we talked about how to understand the best ways to use the cloud, getting services “from” the cloud and how to use solutions “in” the cloud. We also addressed the most cost-effective path towards understanding cloud security and knowing how to avoid data loss and how to maintain customer confidence.
Security is never one size fits all. Learn how to build a cyberdefense plan to meet your unique needs.
Collaborating on this panel gave us the opportunity to highlight AT&T cybersecurity services and their unique ability to bring together a global network of 24/7 operations centers and the AT&T multi-layer defense approach to address cybersecurity risks in even the most complex environments. These services include:
Visit the AT&T cybersecurity solutions page to learn more about their industry-leading capabilities.
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