Cloud security refers to a broad set of control-based technologies and policies deployed to protect information, data, applications and infrastructure associated with cloud computing. As with on-premises applications and data, those stored in the cloud must be just as vigilantly protected. The solutions below provide insight into the cloud security technologies and approaches required to effectively secure business-critical data in the cloud.
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SASE Secure Access Service Edge
An evolving network architecture requires a new security approach.
ZTNA Zero-Trust Network Access
Simple, automatic secure access that verifies who and what is on your network and secures application access no matter where users are located.
XDR Extended Detection & Response
Alert aggregation, data analytics, and automated threat detection and response to simplify security.
Geographically distributed enterprises are embracing Software-Defined WAN.
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