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CCS [Ep.5]: Application Security Meets Multicloud

Cloud and Cybersecurity Series [Ep.5]: Application Security Meets Multicloud

Enterprises are developing and buying applications to run everywhere: across multiple clouds, multiple data centers, desktops, mobile devices, and IoT devices. In a multicloud environment, IT needs to take a multipronged approach to securing applications.

We'll how organizations approach securing their applications for the multicloud, ranging from changes in the development process to the embrace of security technologies including IAMaaS, microservice authentication, and enterprise secure cloud access and policy enforcement (ESCAPE).

This webinar presents data from Nemertes' in-depth research study of 335 organizations in 11 countries across a range of vertical industries.
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