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AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure: How their security features compare

June 14, 2021

Security in the public cloud is based on the concept of shared responsibility: The largest cloud service providers deliver a secure, hyperscale environment, but it’s up to the customer to protect everything it puts into the cloud. This separation of duties can be tricky for enterprises when moving to a single cloud but becomes even more complicated in a multi-cloud environment.

The challenge for CISOs is determining how the Big 3 cloud services providers—Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud—differ in the way they provide a secure and resilient cloud platform. Which provides the best native tools to help protect your cloud assets? How can you make Experts agree that all the hyperscalers do an excellent job protecting the cloud itself.

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