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How to achieve stronger cloud security

Despite growing cloud adoption in the enterprise, security remains a concern. How cloud vendors—and customers—approach security is still developing, and best practices and policies are just emerging.

 

On the other hand, the rise of cloud solutions can help reshape the role of IT security teams. After all, one advantage of the cloud is that it drives the organization to take a more comprehensive approach to risk governance.
 
Nonetheless, security consistently ranks among the top three concerns that business leaders express when asked why they’re reluctant to move critical data to the cloud. It’s imperative that you understand how your team should approach security when evaluating cloud options.

 

To help ensure you’re taking the right steps, find out four best practices when weighing your cloud options, as published in this month’s IT Executive edition of the Discover Performance newsletter.

 

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For more information on HP enterprise security and risk management solutions, visit HP's solution page.

 

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