How The Cloud Might Actually Shrink Your Exposure To Cyber Risk

In conversations with my cybersecurity colleagues, a question that often comes up is, “Do we have defensible perimeters?”
 
Today’s users—with access to multiple devices and digital services— have transcended the traditional security perimeter. Businesses are increasingly relying on data that flows easily across boundaries and protecting the enterprise has become a very costly affair, leading many organizations to make serious compromises.
 
While it may seem counterintuitive, the emergence of public—not private—networks might provide businesses with the solution they need in the new digital age. The cloud could help shrink, not expand, the enterprise’s perimeter.
 
Read the article to find out how.

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