The most important cloud security trends in 2019

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Nutanix

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By 2020, 90 percent of businesses will have moved to a hybrid cloud infrastructure, seizing both the competitive advantages of digital evolution -- and the economic and strategic benefits of maintaining legacy applications on premises. But once your data moves outside your private architecture, you're facing a new world of potential attacks and security breaches that your current security practices just can't match. Just for starters, not only will you need to implement effective RBAC to lower risk of unauthorized access and enforce mandatory multi-factor authentication, you'll also have to tap into the power of automation to validate security compliance baselines, detect unauthorized cloud config changes, and power self-healing infrastructure. Additionally, application-centric security is a must, with real-time visibility into application dependencies and performance metrics, plus an automatic micro-segmented security policy enforcement, and more. To learn more about the advantages of hybrid cloud architectures, where your security needs shoring up, and how to best protect your enterprise and data with automated and application-centric security practices, don't miss this VB Live event! Register for free now. You'll learn: *Why you need a single, fully tested, security-first infrastructure platform *How to converge storage, computing, and networking *A full understanding of security best practices *How to protect against data breaches, unauthorized access, and other threats in a multi-cloud world Speakers: Mike Wronski, Principal Marketing Manager, Nutanix Niel Ashworth, Security Solutions Architect, Nutanix Demetrius Comes, VP of Engineering, GoDaddy Sponsored by Nutanix

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