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Eye-Opening Cloud Security Trends To Look For In 2022 - Sattrix

Mahendra Patel
Eye-Opening Cloud Security Trends To Look For In 2022 - Sattrix

Cloud computing is becoming more popular among organizations. In 2022, the public cloud services are expected to grow 20.4% to $494.7 billion, up from $410.9 billion in 2021.

There are several questions raised by the predictions discussed above.

The question is, where will these businesses and agencies spend their cloud security budgets in 2022?

There are a few trends to watch over the next 12 months. It is essential to keep an eye out for the latest trends in cloud security to protect the cloud environment from data breaches.

Cloud security trends in 2022 to watch out


A secure cloud environment is possible by understanding cloud security development and demands. It would help if you kept your security team updated on these cloud security trends:

Zero Trust Adoption

Zero-trust works on the “never trust, always verify” motto, which suggests that an organization should not rely on anything outside of its boundaries.

The recent migration to the cloud should lead to zero trust in every organization.

Security perimeters and firewalls are essential for protecting organizations’ most valuable assets, such as user data and intellectual property.

Because security teams cannot reduce attack surfaces efficiently, especially in the cloud era, they spend too much time on manual tasks.

The Zero Trust approach aims to enhance security for every device, every user, and connection. Further, it also provides proactive threat management capabilities. A thorough approach to countering threats can be strategized and organized with the help of this method.

Cybersecurity Mesh

Companies need to secure their data and assets in the cloud, outside their network. The concept of cyber security mesh is to create a perimeter of safety for individuals and systems across a distributed network.

An organization can manage access to its data from a central location by using this concept. Using this approach, organizations can also enforce security policies on a distributed basis.

As part of Zero-Trust architecture, cybersecurity mesh is also considered necessary.

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Mahendra Patel
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