Why Data Centers Lack Adequate Security to Ensure Business Continuity

Business-critical applications are now hosted and consumed from increasingly
distributed data centers that extend across hybrid IT infrastructures—from on-premises,
to co-locations, to private and public clouds. And with this trend, digital
data and workflows are proliferating across locations. This expands an organization’s
attack surface while reducing visibility and control. To address the increased risk,
many businesses added point security solutions. But this fueled infrastructure
complexity and created more manual workflows for overstretched network and
security teams. This coalesces into an environment that degrades operational
performance, reliability, and availability—thereby jeopardizing business continuity.

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