Public Cloud Security
Use Case: Compliance in the Cloud
Unified Cloud Security Compliance
For many organizations, it is a time-consuming burden to achieve compliance with PCI DSS, HIPPA, SOX, GDPR, and other regulatory mandates. Compliance cannot be achieved with a piecemeal approach across cloud silos and security elements. Instead, organizations must embrace a security architecture that integrates transparency and controls within and across each cloud deployment.
The Fortinet Security Fabric addresses these requirements by enabling broad coverage of the entire attack surface and integrated data aggregation and information sharing between each of the security elements. With data at its core, this is a requisite for a successful cloud security compliance strategy. The Security Fabric also automates security and compliance tasks that consume valuable staff time to manage manually—from data aggregation, to notifications, to tracking and reporting—and place organizations at greater risk due to slow threat-intelligence sharing and management. Learn More.
Compliance Across Multiple Clouds and On-Premises Environments
Why Compliance Is a Critical Part of a Cybersecurity Strategy
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