In Today’s rapidly improving technology, Cloud Solutions has become a common delivery model, for businesses that ranges from Small, Medium and Enterprise Businesses, for using applications such as CRM, ERP and other major software’s. Hence it is very essential and a top most priority to ensure the security features while implementing the cloud solutions.
Technology advancements not only offers ease, comfortable and secure solutions for complex problems, on the other hand, it also paves way for new complex online threats and sophisticated attacks. This creates a bigger challenge to the Service Providers to create most secure solutions to their customers and ensure the trust in their business.
Cloud Data Protection
Cloud Data Protection is a data protection methodology that is mainly designed to protect the static data stored in the cloud as well as the data moving in and out of any cloud model. It is designed to offer Better Integrity, High Reliability, Infrastructure Security and Secure Data Storage in a minimal IT Cost.
What are the Top Cloud Security Concerns?
According to a very recent survey, over 70% of the Businesses are operating at least a part of their business in cloud. Hence cloud security concerns should be taken into high consideration in order to win the trust of the customers.
On a broader prospect, here are some of the top most security concerns for the businesses to protect their data.
- Data Breaches and Account Hijacking.
- Secure Data Storage and Data Transfer.
- Malware Injection.
- Insecure APIs.
- Denial of Service Attacks.
- Abuse of Cloud Services.
Best Practices with Cloud Data Protection and Privacy
We understand that for our customers to realize the benefits of Cloud Solutions and Security, they must entrust the Solutions Provider will be taking care of the Business Critical Data. Cloud solutions offer all kind of organizations from small to enterprise to have the leverage of accessing the virtually unlimited data storage and reducing their need to purchase, maintain, and update their own IT Networks.
Some of the Best Practices that we deliver to ensure our customers with Data Protection in Cloud includes but not limited to:
- Apply Security Updates very frequently.
- Being updated in the Regulatory Compliance.
- Addressing the Privacy concerns.
- Focus on customer requirements and the business requirements to be comply with the International Security Compliance Standards.
- Frequent Internal and External Audits to comply with the International Standards.