The learning curve entails realizing that using the cloud to give developers more flexibility setting up servers on their own also means letting them control access to the new resource and deciding who can access what from where without being a security expert.
The main thrust behind Check Point’s security architecture as well as many of its competitors is to provide visibility into cloud assets, learn about changes and automatically impose security without slowing down the process of setting up new cloud workloads.
Greenberg says Check Point has 80 people dedicated to this education effort. “We are investing heavily in this direction,” he says. “Cloud is the number one emerging area.”
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