Why Security is Priority Number One for Any Cloud Service

October 22nd, 2019 |
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With the average cost of a data breach for a company now at $3.8 million and the emergence of regulations like GDPR and the CCPA, businesses have more than customer distrust to contend with if their data is not properly safeguarded. “Without security, you have nothing,” said Ben Ravani, Senior Vice President of Reliability Engineering at Nutanix. In this segment, Ravani explains why every company needs to be a security company. Even if public cloud services continue to make computing more accessible and scalable, companies that don’t prioritize data protection will likely lose customer trust.

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