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Cloud Security

Cloud security refers to the set of measures and practices designed to protect data, applications, and infrastructure hosted in cloud environments from unauthorized access, data breaches, and other cyber threats. It entails implementing robust authentication, encryption, and access controls to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of cloud resources. Continuous monitoring and compliance to regulatory standards are essential components of effective cloud security.

Cloud Application Security

Focuses on securing software applications running in the cloud. It involves monitoring and protecting cloud-based apps against unauthorized access and vulnerabilities.

Cloud Native Security

Security practices designed specifically for cloud-native applications. It integrates security at each phase of the development and deployment process.


Cloud Service Providers (CSPs)

Companies that offer cloud computing services. They are responsible for maintaining the cloud infrastructure and may offer various security features.

Cloud Workloads

Tasks, data, and computations that are processed and stored in a cloud environment. Security measures are crucial to protect these workloads.


A security technique that divides a network into smaller zones to improve security and reduce the attack surface.

Multi-Cloud Security

Security strategies tailored for environments using multiple cloud services, focusing on data integrity, compliance, and threat protection.

Private Cloud

A cloud environment exclusively used by a single organization. Security measures are often more stringent compared to public clouds.


SD-WAN focuses on connecting different network areas, while SASE combines networking and security services into a single cloud-native service.

Virtualized NGFW

Next-Generation Firewalls (NGFW) that are virtualized for deployment in cloud or virtual environments.

Cloud Firewalls

Firewalls deployed in cloud environments to monitor and control incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules.

Cloud Security

The set of policies and technologies designed to protect data and infrastructure in cloud computing environments.

Cloud VPN

A virtual private network service hosted in a cloud environment, used to secure data transmission over the internet.


East-West Traffic

Network traffic that moves laterally within a data center or cloud environment. Monitoring this is essential for detecting internal threats.


The use of multiple cloud services from different providers. Multi-cloud security involves securing data and applications across these diverse environments.

Network Function Virtualization (NFV)

The process of virtualizing network services traditionally run on hardware. NFV security involves protecting these virtual functions.


Public Cloud

A cloud service open for public use. Security measures are managed by the cloud service provider but may require additional user configurations.


Software as a Service (SaaS)

Cloud-based software accessed via the internet. SaaS security involves protecting data stored and processed in these applications.

Virtualized Workloads

Tasks and computations that are run on virtual machines. Security is crucial to protect data and resources in these virtual environments.


Cloud Infrastructure

The hardware and software components, such as servers and storage, that enable cloud computing. Security measures are essential to protect data and resources.

Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM)

Tools and practices to monitor and manage the security posture of cloud environments, ensuring compliance with security policies.


Cloud Workload Protection Platform (CWPP)

Security solutions specifically designed to protect cloud-based workloads from threats like malware and unauthorized access.


Hybrid Cloud Security

Security measures designed for hybrid cloud environments, which combine private and public clouds, to ensure seamless protection across both.


Multi-Cloud Network Architecture

The design and structure of a network that involves multiple cloud providers. Security must be integrated to protect data flow between clouds.

North-South Traffic

Network traffic that moves in and out of the data center or cloud environment. It is crucial to monitor this for potential external threats.

SaaS Firewalls

Firewalls specifically designed to protect Software as a Service (SaaS) applications from various cyber threats.

Virtual Machine

A software emulation of a physical computer. Security measures are needed to protect virtual machines from unauthorized access and threats.

Application Protection

Application Security

Breach Prevention

Breach Prevention

Edge Protection

Network Security

Security Management

Security Operations


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