In 2015, 19% of organizations invested in a hybrid cloud strategy. Last year, more than half made that investment. The cloud is evolving—shouldn't your security strategy evolve too?
In this issue: Hybrid cloud security
- Hybrid clouds require built-in security
- FEATURED Is machine learning the answer to hybrid cloud security?
- Survey says: Hybrid cloud adoption and IT security
- Customer spotlight: Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute supports genome breakthroughs with hybrid cloud
- More to learn: 5 Security Considerations For The Hybrid Cloud | Security approaches for open hybrid clouds in government | Hybrid Cloud Security and How to Do It Right
- Recommended | Red Hat news and more | Related events
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From the editor
Hybrid clouds require built-in security
Hybrid cloud computing offers the best of public and private cloud. It also creates unique security challenges, like data moving continuously between clouds, increased complexity and attack surface, and more aggressive threats. Building security in to your hybrid cloud roadmap―as with an open hybrid cloud approach―is essential.
This month, learn how to address security issues, including compliance and policy-based management, in a hybrid cloud environment.
Is machine learning the answer to hybrid cloud security?
CSO from IDG explains how new cloud services―with assistance from machine learning―are helping businesses address hybrid cloud challenges with more visibility, compliance, and control.
A.I. for the win
Hybrid cloud adoption and IT security
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute supports genome breakthroughs with hybrid cloud
The Sanger Institute collaborates with startups, pharmaceutical companies, governments, and research centers worldwide. To meet growing and evolving research needs, the Institute created a hybrid cloud environment for secure, self-service access to computing resources and sensitive data.
The science of cloud security
More to learn
5 Security Considerations For The Hybrid Cloud
Fortunately, every hybrid cloud security issue in this article has a solution.
Security approaches for open hybrid clouds in government
Experts say only a multifaceted approach to government cloud security can succeed.
Lock it down
Hybrid Cloud Security and How to Do It Right
Hybrid cloud security is achievable. Here’s how.
Right from the start
New offerings and releases
Around the web
- COMING SOON: Achieving Digital Transformation via Open Hybrid Cloud | A Red Hat virtual event
- KVM Forum - 25-27 October - Prague, Czech Republic
- Cloud Computing Expo - 31 Oct.-2 Nov. - Santa Clara, CA, U.S.
- AWS re:Invent 2017 - 22 Nov.-1 Dec. - Las Vegas, NV, U.S.
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