Here are 3 reasons why traditional app security approaches are falling short of what dynamic multicloud environments need, and why an upgrade is overdue.
Dynamic multiclouds are the platform of choice for digital transformation, with DevOps accelerating deployment speeds for new releases and cloud native applications becoming increasingly interconnected. But, as a recent research study of CIOs around the world reveals, the pace of digital transformation is driving overwhelming levels of complexity in these environments. According to the research, 89% of CIOs say digital transformation has accelerated over the past 12 months, with 86% attributing that increase to adopting cloud native technologies — including containers, microservices and Kubernetes. All of this has resulted in what two-thirds of CIOs say is a dynamic multicloud environment that is so complex it is now beyond human ability to manage.
Here are three reasons why traditional app security approaches are falling short of what dynamic multicloud environments need, and why an upgrade is overdue.
1. Risk and Complexity
2. Lack of Confidence and Context in Vulnerability Protection
3. Traditional Security Tools Bottleneck Development and DevSecOps
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