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Do shared responsibility models cover everything?

Many cloud providers now offer a shared responsibility model for their customers. Expert Dave Shackleford looks at the major providers' models and what they might be missing.

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The benefits and drawbacks of BYOE for cloud

Bring your own encryption offerings for the cloud are more common now. Expert Ed Moyle discusses the benefits and drawback of BYOE and what to know before implementation.

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DDoS protection services: The cloud options

DDoS attacks are a continuing problem, and enterprises should consider using cloud DDoS protection services. Expert Frank Siemons discusses the cloud options.

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SIEM as a service considerations for enterprises

There's been increased interest in SIEM as a service and enterprises need to get to know the model before using it. Expert Frank Siemons explains what's different about it.

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    Netskope cloud report reveals growth in threat from cloud ransomware as infected enterprises average 26 files carrying malware, over half of infected files shared publicly.

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