5 Myths about Privileged Access Security for AWS

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In today’s modern enterprise, more companies rely on an IaaS model. In fact, 93% of IT decision makers say their organizations store sensitive data in the cloud1. Migrating to the cloud doesn’t just provide flexibility and cost-effectiveness, it also relieves your company’s IT department from tasks like storage management and server deployments so they can focus on innovation and business enablement.

Regardless of whether you use an on-premises, hybrid, or cloud infrastructure such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), privileged access is always a prime target for cyber criminals. It’s no wonder, then, that a handful of persistent myths continue to concern organizations who have decided to migrate to a hybrid cloud model. 

In this eBook, we’ll take a closer look at some of the most common cloud myths — from security to solutions and best practices. We’ll also offer simple, straightforward facts that you can use for a more informed cloud strategy. 


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Server, Storage, Applications, Operating Systems, Network, Operating System, Compliance, IT Security, Firewall, VPN, Hybrid Cloud, Firewall, VPN, Server, Storage, Linux, Storage, Storage Management, Cloud Security, Cloud




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