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Cloud is not an emerging trend anymore. It is a mature business model for IT organizations to stay competitive in today’s challenging digital landscape.
Cloud is not only redefining the IT landscape but also how security measures are developed and deployed.The migration to the cloud has forced organizations to rethink security and privacy from scratch.
Approaches to robust security in the cloud are quite different from those in an on-premise IT environment. As a result, your current security expertise may not be entirely relevant to your new, cloud-based environment.
So, before moving mission-critical assets to the cloud, organizations don’t need just security but robust security that they can trust and monitor.
Here are four essential aspects that help develop robust cloud security, so that your migration to the cloud lives up to its full commercial and strategic promise.
The 4 Crucial Aspects of Cloud Security
1. Data Security
As data moves from a company’s secure perimeter to the cloud, organizations must move to a layered model that ensures the proper isolation of data in the shared, multitenant cloud. The data must be encrypted using methodologies such as cryptography and tokenization and secured by controls like multi-factor authentication and …
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