With the “Cloud” getting ever more prevalent it is increasingly coming under more attack. It has become the option for Malware creators who want to create havoc. The question is “how safe is your data from online predators”? Will you become liable for a breach? Read this great article from Forbes magazine below.
How To Determine If You Can Trust Cloud Security
Will 2016 be the year security stops being a reason to avoid public clouds? Because, face it, by now established cloud vendors have likely invested more in security than you can hope to duplicate in-house. But when you’re used to pulling your own security levers, how do you let go of some of that control?
What we need is the cloud security version of a trust fall.
You may have taken part in this team-building exercise: You fall backward into the arms of a coworker while trusting that they’ll catch you before your khakis-clad behind hits the ground. It’s easier to take that plunge when your colleagues have given you reasons to trust them: They step up when you need a hand at work, they have built a solid reputation, they have your back when things go awry.