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The brief history of the cloud security market is like a supernova: a quick burst of buzz and VC attention, and then just a handful of independent security vendors are left standing.
The current dominance of a few vendors strapping together offerings from adjacent product categories like secure web and email gateways, next-generation firewalls, and identity-as-a-service tools – all in an effort to better address a broader set of security concerns – is ending.
Today, it’s evolving, with organizations taking advantage of the single platform approach and creating a central location from which to send traffic, set policy, and manage and monitor activity. This way, they can subscribe to new cloud security services without having to deploy new tools or agents, or make changes to their networks.
In the latest 451 Research Pathfinder Report, see how the evolution of the cloud security market shaped the current environment for securing software-as-a-service applications, and learn why:
- Enterprise clouds are pursuing a SaaS-first strategy
- Security is the top barrier to public cloud adoption
- A hybrid world needs hybrid architectures
Get the report to navigate these key findings and learn remediation options based on insights from 451 Research’s Voice of the Enterprise® service.
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