Why modern architecture requires modern protection
How customers can leverage the scale and intelligence of cloud computing to make their security systems as effective and performant as the rest of their networks
It’s no secret that securing a modern enterprise means keeping up with a vast and constantly shifting landscape of threats. However, this task is made exponentially harder when businesses are forced to rely on traditional, appliance-based security systems that route everything through a single choke point within your data centre.
Cloud technology is critical to most organisations’ IT networks, but many are failing to use the cloud to effectively defend them. Join IT Pro reviews and community editor Adam Shepherd and Cloudflare director of security product management Patrick Donahue to find out how customers can leverage the scale and intelligence of cloud computing to make their security systems as effective and performant as the rest of their networks.
Reviews and Community Editor, IT Pro
As reviews and community editor, Adam is responsible for coordinating all of the hardware and software reviews across IT Pro, Cloud Pro and Channel Pro, from laptops and smartphones, all the way up to enterprise-grade data centre servers and network management software. He also runs the IT Pro Panel, a flagship initiative which sees CIOs and tech leaders from the likes of Dominos, Oxfam and GoCompare sharing their experience and insight with the IT Pro community.
Director of Product Management, Cloudflare
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