Cloud-Based Security Tool Adoption: Latest Research Findings – MSSP Alert

Most organizations have migrated security tools to the cloud, according to a survey from security information & event management (SIEM) provider Exabeam.

by Dan Kobialka Mar 25, 2020

Approximately 58% of organizations have migrated at least a quarter of their security tools to cloud-based options, according to a survey from security information and event management (SIEM) platform provider Exabeam. In addition, 33 percent said they have moved more than half of their security tools to cloud options.

Other findings from Exabeams survey included:

The survey also revealed cloud-based security tools are being used to protect different types of data, including:

Cloud-based security tools may be beneficial, but organizations must still maintain visibility into their cloud services, Exabeam Security Strategist Sam Humphries stated. In doing so, these organizations can use cloud-based security tools to enjoy the functionality of traditional on-premise security solutions, along with reduced costs and maintenance issues.

Organizations that want to implement cloud-based security can leverageExabeam SaaS Cloud, which is available for hosting in 15 locations across the following regions:

SaaS Cloud helps organizations identify cyber threats and meet compliance and policy requirements, the company indicated. It also provides data lake, behavioral analytics, case management, security orchestration and incident response automation capabilities.

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