The Maturation of Cloud-native Security: Securing Modern Apps and Infrastructure

How an integrated defense-in-depth platform fills gaps in inconsistencies, misconfigurations and visibility

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More than ever, organizations are grappling with how to secure cloud-native applications. Composed of a combination of containers, virtual machines, APIs and serverless functions, protecting these applications from development to runtime requires reworking the approach many organizations take toward security.

In a new survey from CrowdStrike and Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), 88% of respondents said their cybersecurity program needs to evolve to secure their cloud-native applications and use of public cloud infrastructure, with many citing challenges around maintaining visibility and consistency across disparate environments.

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Join ESG’s VP and Group Director of Cybersecurity Doug Cahill and CrowdStrike’s Cloud Security Product Marketing Leader David Puzas as they examine the cloud-native threat landscape and the need for an integrated defense-in-depth strategy. Learn about cloud-native security challenges and how maturity gaps result in inconsistency, misconfigurations and visibility gaps.

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