January 16, 2021



Hybrid cloud and multi-server security are becoming the focus of organizations – but many still have the same tools for both systems, rather than one of the best.


That is the main finding after a report by Cavirin Systems based on Santa Clara. The report surveyed more than 350 IT administrators, IT decision makers and C-suite executives, finding that 81% of organizations currently implement a mixed or multi-cloud strategy, with 11% only operate on-site and 8% with a cloud provider.


For those with two or more, Azure, cited nearly half of those surveyed, the most popular, ahead of IBM (45.8%), Oracle (34.7%), Amazon Web Services (32.3%), and Alibaba (20.7%). 46% said their setup was on premise with virtual machine, while the same number of citations on premise with private cloud management.


When it comes to what has been investigated, more than two-thirds (68.9%) say it means that their public account verification is guaranteed through their personal information and identity. Recognize that workloads in the cloud, such as virtual machines and storage instances, are secure. More than half (52.6%) said it meant ensuring all sensitive data was removed from the cloud and kept in a safe place in perfect alignment for your security. and will make you feel satisfied.


The most popular form of cloud security architecture is the best and most up-to-date tool for both premise and cloud compliance, with the most important security protections for more than 60% of users ask.

More than half (51.4%) said they used the best tools in the toolkit – in other words a single tool running on premise and cloud, they were happy with what they got from cloud.


More than a third (36.7%) said they use CASB (cloud computing) tools to manage their hybrid security, while one in five are using security tools specifically to Ensure the safety of your information.


When looking at the whole, only one person responds courageously to acknowledge their cyber needs for quick help. More than half (53.4%) said their outlook was preliminary and could achieve the goal, 22% said their attitude was insurmountable.

More than four out of five enterprises are adopting hybrid cloud approaches, but only 30 percent use unified security tools including premise and cloud for storage and security believe.


“The reality is that up to 70% over the next two years talk about Cavirin’s cloud hybrid approach, which helps to solve a critical hurdle,” said Doug Cahill, ESG’s wireless and telecommunications security specialist.Important for hybrid cloud adoption – security and visibility.”

Of course, Cavirin has a solution to this problem for certain purposes. The first product, CyperPosture Intelligence, aims to provide risk management, information storage, alignment and security in a secure and compliant network security environment by providing visibility and intelligence for CISOs and other stakeholders through mixed environments, according to the company.



The entire cloud system is centralized and that, in many ways, makes it vulnerable to outside attacks and natural disasters.

Though you can argue that all data is stored across different servers and locations, still it poses a risk. What is AWS or Microsoft decides to shut off access to your important documents? You have no control over what they can do. Even if it’ not that drastic, still you’re dependent on them to access your files. That’s scary by itself.

Identity thefts

When your data is sitting within the servers of a single company, it increases the chances for attacks. Remember, what happened to Equifax? Private and sensitive information of 140 million Americans was stolen and even distributed in the dark web before it came to light.

The possibility for such incidents is high because all that a hacker has to do is breach a single point in the network.

All these factors could eventually spell the demise of cloud, unless someone comes up with something drastic to change the way it works.

Probably, a more practical solution is to use technologies like blockchain that alleviates some of these problems. Though blockchain is its nascent changes, it has the power to transform the way we store and access data in the future