In that report Penn reports that “Concerns about cloud security have grown in the past few years,” he added. “In 2009, the fear was abstract: a general concern, as there is with all new technologies when they’re introduced. … Today, however, concerns are both more specific and more weighty. We see organizations placing a lot more scrutiny on cloud providers as to their controls and security processes, and they are more likely to defer adoption because of security inadequacies than to go ahead despite them.”
In the report, Penn wrote that the areas most likely to provide opportunities in the cloud for vendors are data security, identity and access management, cloud governance, application security and operational security. I suggest reading the article because the “opportunities” he identifies are also areas your company should be thinking about.
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