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All Information Stored in a Server in Your Office, or in the Cloud is Vulnerable. Protect your data and receive immediate ROI.

  • 30% Cost-Savings 

  • Free Consultation & Sourcing

  • 200+ Global Supplier Partners

Network Security Services

All Information Stored in a Server in Your Office, or in the Cloud is Vulnerable. Protect your data and receive immediate ROI.

  • 30% Cost-Savings 

  • Free Consultation & Sourcing

  • 200+ Global Supplier Partners

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All Information Stored in a Server in Your Office, or in the Cloud is Vulnerable — FACT! There is an invisible army heading for your critical business information

While security in the cloud is often better than on-premises IT, it’s important to distinguish between the security of cloud platforms and the security of the applications hosted on cloud infrastructures and cloud-stored data. On-site servers protected by an enterprise firewall frequently have lower security levels than Cloud security solutions purpose built to protect  “workloads” in private, public, and hybrid cloud services.

To experienced cloud and IT professional, the word “workload” is part of their daily vocabulary. But to most people, it’s the amount of work piled on their desk, calendar, or project plans. In cloud terminology, there many types of workloads that provide information storage, applications development, specific process and analytic software, and transport including IaaS, PaaS, Serverless, and Hybrid or Multi-Cloud.

Because of the variety of workloads, there are many cloud security solutions to help organizations reduce risk and improve security. Among them are:

  • Cloud Workload Protection Platforms are  technology solutions “primarily used to secure server workloads in public cloud IaaS (infrastructure as a service) environments.” The platform allows multiple public cloud providers and customers to ensure that workloads remain secure when passing through their domain.

  • Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB) is a software tool or service that sits between an organization’s on-premises infrastructure and a cloud provider’s infrastructure. A CASB acts as a gatekeeper, allowing the organization to extend the reach of their security policies beyond their own infrastructure.

  • SaaS Security is an on-demand, cloud-based software delivery model that enables organizations to subscribe to the applications they need without hosting them in-house. Instead, a SaaS provider hosts and provides SaaS security and maintenance to their software.

Why Cloud Security Is Critical?

  • Security Breaches

Security breaches have been increasing rapidly. Some breaches cause companies to disable websites, mobile apps, and databases at least temporarily. Combating emerging data breaches and cybersecurity issues without a strong cloud security strategy is impossible.

  • Security Options Vary

All cloud service providers have commitments, policies and practices to keep your applications and data secured. Some have dedicated teams to implement and monitor cloud security. Others may use third-party providers for security services. The key for your business is understanding the security tools, protocols, quality, and effectiveness of the cloud security to prevent targeted security attacks.

  • Data Storage Location Factors

Cloud service providers typically store all of your business data in multi-regional storage. The multi-regional storage system stores data in multiple geographic locations. Critical questions are: Where is your data stored? Is the data separated in different locations?  The regulations on cloud data access, storage, and security are different for industries, states, and nations. Make sure you understand and control the location or locations of your data.

  • Prevent Unauthorized Data Access

Regardless of data location, your business data must be secure from unauthorized data access. You need to create policy defining data access rules and roles. Include multiple levels of authentication and authorization to assure your data is accessible to “select” employees.

  • Eliminate Chance of Data Loss

Moving to the cloud involves relocation of both corporate and customer data to remote servers. It’s also possible to experience a loss of data on remote servers for unexpected reasons or events.  All stored data needs duplication and back-up at frequent intervals. As insurance for a data storage location compromise, a business continuity plan to recover all data is a priority.

  • Risk of Data Loss and Theft

Cloud service providers have agreements with terms that limit their liability for data loss and theft. Your business will remain responsible for implementing a strong cloud security strategy to eliminate the risks associated with data loss or theft.

What are my options for protecting my Data Ecosystem?

Active cybercriminals are the number one reason for concern about your data whether it’s in a service on site, an end users’ hard drive, in transit to another location, or managed in one or more cloud solutions. You also have the option to do some or all of your own security or to use a third party to protect, monitor, and manage your data… including regulatory compliance requirements.

Intrusion Protection Systems – Firewalls and management/reporting

  • Network intrusion detection systems (NIDS): Typically placed at a key point in your network to review traffic from all devices on the network. The NIDS analyzes passing traffic on the entire network and sub-network matching the traffic to a collection of known attacks. Identified attacks or abnormal behavior signals the system to send an alert to the administrator.

  • Host intrusion detection systems (HIDS):  Operates via self-standing hosts or devices on the network. The HIDS takes a snapshot of existing system files and matches it with the previous snapshots. If the analytical system files have changed or are deleted, it sends an alert to the administrator.

Security Operations Center (SOC or SOCaaS)

  • Security operations centers monitor and analyze activity on networks, servers, endpoints, databases, applications, websites, and other systems, searching for any abnormal activity that shows a security incident or compromise. As a company, you can build your own SOC, which requires expensive equipment, software, and highly trained security personnel, or you can work with an existing SOC.  SOCaaS offers the same advanced security services to multiple businesses and is a more economic solution.

Security Information and Event management (SIEM)

  • Security information and event management (SIEM) software collects and aggregates log data created throughout your business’ technology infrastructure, from host systems and applications to network and security devices such as firewalls and antivirus filters. The software then identifies and categorizes incidents and events and analyzes them.

Compliance Software and Compliance Software as a Service (CSaaS)

  • Compliance software enables a business or organization to monitor internal controls and ensures your business meets the standards and regulations. There are many versions of compliance software, some supporting one regulatory entity requirement and others offering multiple regulatory entities (GDPR, HIPAA, NYDFS, NIST, and more). With the rise in regulatory compliance, cloud based automated compliance systems have surfaced as an option for many companies. Tailored to your business, CSaaS monitors the specific compliance requirements of your business.  Some CSaaS service providers include preparing your Risk Assessment document, writing custom cybersecurity policies, providing third party service provider management, and assisting in filing the annual certification of compliance for various regulatory bodies.

Cloud Security for your business is a serious matter. The excellent news is there are a lot of options for every business regardless of size.

And RevClouds Service Providers are available NOW to help you develop your security plan and make the right solution choice for your business.

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