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Why you must extend Zero Trust to public cloud workloads

Why you must extend Zero Trust to public cloud workloads

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Today, many organizations are embracing the power of the public cloud by shifting their workloads to them. A recent study shows that 98% of IT leaders 1 have adopted a public cloud infrastructure. Additionally, 58% of these organizations use between two and three public clouds, indicating a growing trend toward multi-cloud environments. It is estimated by the end of 2023, 31% of organizations expect to run 75% of their workloads 2 in the cloud. 1 The rapid migration to the public cloud comes with numerous benefits, such as scalability, cost-efficiency, and enhanced collaboration. However, it has also introduced new security challenges, specifically related to cloud infrastructure and connectivity between workloads as organizations have limited control over those connectivity and communications.

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