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Is your company doing everything it should to protect its cloud assets?

As cloud service adoption expands, all organizations should pay particular attention to their cloud security program. In its 2022 Cost of a Data Breach Report, IBM Security found that 45% of all breaches over the previous year occurred in the cloud. Concerningly, the report found that 43% of organizations had either not started or were in the early stages of implementing cloud security capabilities.

Cloud services operate under a shared security model where the cloud provider assumes some level of responsibility for security. It’s critical to understand exactly how the responsibilities are allocated and what is required by your organization for each of your cloud security services.

What does a sound cloud security program look like? While a single correct answer doesn’t exist, we created this cloud security readiness assessment to help you formulate a plan that is aligned with the NIST CSF framework.

Cloud Security Readiness Assessment

Toggle right for any statement that applies to your organization from the list below. When you complete the assessment, we’ll let you know how to close security gaps and improve your cloud security posture.

  • My organization manages its hardware, software, and data assets.
  • My organization centrally enforces policy in all environments.
  • My organization manages risk.
  • My organization manages supply chain risk.
  • My organization manages the entire identity lifecycle.
  • My organization performs security awareness training.
  • My organization controls access to all its data and the entire data life cycle.
  • My organization centrally monitors all logs for security events and generating alerts.
  • My organization uses threat intelligence.
  • My organization uses EDR/XDR/MDR.
  • My organization has a security incident response plan.
  • My organization’s security incident response plan has predeveloped communications templates.
  • My organization’s security incident response plan mandates human-driven analysis of incidents.
  • My organization automates an orchestrated response across disparate systems.
  • My organization leverages cloud-hosted data storage.
  • My organization has service level agreements with its third parties.
  • My organization uses IaaS fail over zones and regions.

Ready to close your security gaps?