The cloud delivers game-changing capabilities but also surfaces new cyber risks requiring an evolved security perspective. However, as more sensitive data and critical systems move to the cloud, businesses must adapt their cybersecurity strategies to effectively manage emerging risks.
Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) is a technology that runs on a server and kicks in when an application is running. RASP is designed to detect attacks against an application in real-time.
Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) is a product category for IT security tools that detect cloud misconfiguration and compliance risks. In addition, an essential purpose of CSPMs is to continuously monitor the cloud infrastructure for gaps in security policy implementation.
Cloud workload protection (CWP) ensures the security of workloads as they move between cloud environments. However, the entire workload must be functional for a cloud-based application to function correctly without posing any security risks.
Cloud access security brokers (CASBs) are security application points placed between cloud service providers and customers. They ensure that traffic complies with policies before allowing it to access the network.
Cloud application security includes policies, tools, controls, and more that protect software deployed in the cloud. However, safeguarding cloud-based applications with network and infrastructure security is no longer enough, and many organizations also leverage application-level security measures.
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