Organizations will seek tools that provide a holistic view of security and compliance risks across multiple cloud providers to help them manage risks without impeding DevOps.

Data Protection will transition from inhibiting cloud adoption to enabling it. No more ‘economy, agility, security –only choose two.’ Get all three and stop compromising.

As business processes, workforce enablement and data move to the cloud, new security models are needed. Fortunately, there is a parallel evolution of cloud-based and managed security solutions.

Security professionals face increasing workloads to protect data across the enterprise, wherever it’s located. AI and cognitive security will help stretched cyber professionals extend their capability beyond their own.

With over 70% of corporate data on mainframe, organizations need to protect sensitive data in motion to and from cloud to avoid heavy fines when EU GDPR becomes effective May 25, 2018

The ease-of-use of visual server management will become imperative to cloud data protection. When servers are represented visually, they are easier to manage and understand – even for less-than-technical users.

Today, enterprises use numerous technologies to cope with data growth, proliferation of disparate systems, devices, applications and regulations (GDPR). Soon, enterprises will be looking for data visibility and solution consolidation.

Enterprises will look for independently audited and verified compliant cloud solutions to help them meet PCI, HIPAA and other emerging compliance standards as they move toward cloud solutions.

Cloud Data Protection is just starting to ramp up as organisations move important data to the cloud and discover that it’s not as well protected as their on-site data is.

As businesses continually transition to cloud for flexibility and cost purposes, attention must be given to securing the data off premise to ensure business continuity and customer privacy.

On-premises, boxes secure data behind data center walls. On cloud, data is stored on infrastructure enterprises don’t control. IT needs to establish logical control over cloud data using independent encryption and access controls.