Join the Webinar
Join Anthony Johnson, former CISO at multiple Fortune 100 companies and currently managing partner at Delve Risk, and DivvyCloud’s CRO Chris Hertz on March 26 at 2 p.m. ET as they discuss maintaining a secure cloud while growing rapidly through M&A. Anthony will share his cloud security M&A playbook, including best practices, pitfalls, and lessons learned.
Evaluating and managing cloud security risk during the M&A process can be challenging. But integrating business components using cloud service providers like AWS, Azure, and GCP doesn’t have to be an insurmountable obstacle.
Each company has a unique approach to how they work in the cloud. For companies growing through M&A, the cloud can be a source of risk. There is a misperception that if both organizations are operating within the cloud, it will ease the integration. This is far from true. Even organizations using the same cloud service provider may have widely different configurations, architectures, and approaches. Having a strategy for approaching cloud security as part of M&A is critical.
DivvyCloud enforces security and compliance policies in real-time, empowering customers to give developers the freedom to innovate using AWS, GCP, Azure, Kubernetes, and Alibaba. Customers like Spotify, 3M, Fannie Mae, Autodesk, Discovery, and Pizza Hut use DivvyCloud to automate the detection and remediation of cloud and container infrastructure misconfigurations that violate policy and security risk. DivvyCloud enables these industry leaders to take full advantage of the agility and speed of cloud and container technology, while actually strengthening their security and compliance posture. This is a double win that increases productivity, innovation, profitability, and security. DivvyCloud is designed for cloud infrastructure, security, compliance, and governance professionals who want to identify risks in real-time and take automatic, user-defined action to fix problems before they’re exploited.