Securing Cloud Transformation
Many organizations mistakenly assume that the cloud service provider is solely responsible for securing their data and applications. In reality, the responsibility for security is shared between the cloud service provider and the customer. It is crucial for organizations to understand their specific responsibilities and take steps to fulfill them.
Common challenges we solve
- Inadequate access management: In the cloud, access to resources and data is managed through a system of roles and permissions. Inadequate access management can result in unauthorized access to sensitive data and resources.
- Insufficient monitoring and logging: Cloud environments generate vast amounts of data, making it challenging to detect and respond to security incidents. Organizations must have effective monitoring and logging systems in place to detect and respond to threats in real-time.
- Poor encryption practices: Encryption is a critical component of cloud security. Organizations must ensure that their data is encrypted both in transit and at rest to prevent unauthorized access.
- Lack of disaster recovery and business continuity planning: In the event of a security incident or disaster, it is critical for organizations to have a robust disaster recovery and business continuity plan in place to ensure that their operations can continue uninterrupted.
- Not staying up-to-date with security best practices: Cloud security is constantly evolving, with new threats and vulnerabilities emerging all the time. Organizations that do not stay up-to-date with the latest security best practices are more likely to fall victim to cyber attacks.