Providing the Response to Meltdown and Spectre for Hybrid IT

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Key Stakeholders: CIO, CSO, Security Analysts, Operations Managers, Developers, Technical Analyst

In this Market Guide, Analyst Tom Petrocelli provides analyst estimates of the size of this breach, describes key deployment options for applications and the need for comprehensive workload security, and recommendations for enterprises to fully manage and secure applications in hybrid environments.

This report is also available on the CloudPassage website at no cost.

Description

During the first week in January 2018, researchers found two wide-reaching vulnerabilities in modern processors, called Meltdown and Spectre. Automated workflow security systems are the key to managing the danger posed by Meltdown and Spectre.

In this Market Guide, Analyst Tom Petrocelli describes key deployment options for applications and the need for comprehensive workload security, and recommendations for enterprises to fully manage and secure applications in hybrid environments.

This report is also available on the CloudPassage website at no cost.

Sample Quote:

“With the number of servers attached to the Internet conservatively estimated to be 75 million units and adjusting for the number that are used for internal applications only, it is reasonable to assume as many as 100 million or more servers are vulnerable. This is in addition to the 2 billion personal computers and 4.75 billion mobile devices estimated to be in use by 2018.” – Tom Petrocelli, Amalgam Insights

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