Hybrid cloud infrastructure security; new bundling deal offers solution

Hybrid cloud services offer a kind of best of both worlds: the flexibility of the cloud allowing access to information and data that exists in on-premises systems. But this presents its own security and access challenges, but a new bundling agreement may offer a fix to hybrid cloud infrastructure security.

Safe-T, a provider of software-defined access solutions for the hybrid cloud, and K2, a leading digital process automation platform, are behind the hybrid cloud infrastructure security solution. Safe-T’s Software-defined Access solution is being bundled with K2’s Cloud offering.

The need for hybrid cloud infrastructure

Enterprises look to cloud-based solutions for technical, operational and cost advantages but often need to access information and data that exists in on-premises systems, which typically require high-cost operations and complex architectures using VPNs.

Securing today’s ever changing cloud environment

Enterprises have rapidly incorporated cloud computing over the last decade, and that trend only seems to be accelerating. And now, it needs to be secured

The need for hybrid cloud infrastructure security

Due to this move to hybrid cloud, more enterprises are moving into a public or hybrid cloud environment, which presents its own security and access challenges.

The hybrid cloud infrastructure security fix

Safe-T’s SDA solution closes the security gap that prevents organisations from taking a hybrid cloud approach by being tightly integrated and white-labelled into K2 Cloud for quick and easy deployment by customers, many of which are in highly regulated sectors like government, finance and healthcare.

Safe-T CEO Shachar Daniel, said: “Safe-T is proud to work with K2 to offer a seamless adoption experience for customers while maintaining the highest level of security. Our Software-Defined Access solution ensures ease of use wherever critical data is stored and allows for easy scalability.”

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Michael Baxter

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