The growing popularity of Cloud IAM services (IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS) in global organizations probably comes as no surprise— enterprises can purchase the features and services their developers need, and scale up or down as the organization evolves – and they can deliver numerous applications quite easily from the cloud. Although some cloud services offer enterprises predictable expenses, the security of these cloud services is less predictable. Such a diverse cloud estate has become a challenge for risk officers, CISOs and IT teams managing different groups of users. These range from remote workers and contractors, administrators of privileged accounts, to standard, in-house employees. Fortunately, you can adopt cloud access management measures for an effective digital transformation strategy, as this 3-part blog series addresses.
- PART 1: What is the best way to secure multiple cloud services?
- PART 2: Why do cybercriminals prefer privileged users?
- PART 3: Convoluted cloud service security or easy access: Why compromise?
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