Sentinel CTO: 6 Huge Security Bets On Cisco, SASE And Cloud
From Cisco and public cloud to SASE, Sentinel Technologies CTO Bob Keblusek tells CRN where his company is placing its cybersecurity investments to drive security sales.
Cloud Security Services: Azure And AWS
One big bet Sentinel is doubling down on in 2022 is security services around Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services.
Keblusek said one of the biggest roadblocks of cloud adoption in the past has been customers unsure of cloud security capabilities. However, the R&D cloud market leaders like Azure and AWS have made in cybersecurity over the past few years has impressed Sentinel.
“We’ve had a lot of strides around public cloud: Azure and AWS, specifically,” said Keblusek. “We’re really bringing our entire fully managed and hybrid managed services experience to those public cloud providers. So that’s been growing tremendously for us and then, of course, we wrap that in security.”
Sentinel’s CTO said one of the top inhibitors in the past to cloud adoption has been security, “but now some would argue there’s so many security controls and capabilities when you move to cloud services from on-premises, that we start to really enable customers to improve their security as they migrate to cloud.”