Driving Innovation and Transformation with Cloud-based Security
Cloud technology today drives enterprises to accomplish business goals and shift their models from cost management to cost optimization, regardless of the sector the enterprise operates in. The cloud-computing model since its genesis has enabled revival and storage of large amount of information through big data technology. While dealing with such huge amounts of data, no matter what the benefits are, the major issue of enterprise security still lingers. The recent development in the cloud computing practices has taken a giant leap to offer sustainable solutions, transforming businesses with effective enterprise security. A hosted cloud computing model integrated with cloud-based software allows an enterprise to adapt security practices while effortlessly handling data and significantly reducing the expenses. The best part is that cloud computing can be customized according to the needs and requirements of any business as well as for seamless data sharing with clients and third-party users. Cloud computing also allows enterprises to share data on their business platforms itself, which reduces the chances of data loss via phishing and other cyber attacks. With artificial intelligence and machine learning now on a roll, the cloud-based software is automated to perform daily data backup, timely software upgrades, and provide smart security features like data encryption and two-factor authentication.
It is crucial to establish security measures for the workload on the cloud as well as to safeguard other cloud infrastructures on the enterprise premises. The leveraging of identity and access management (IAM), patching, application scanning and Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) provides total security information and event management (SIEM), guaranteeing a robust enterprise IT security. Apart from security measures, there is yet another important aspect when it comes to governing the workload on the cloud-regulatory requirements. The standards that govern the workloads in the on-premises environment must ensure enterprises access the controls and procedures to effectively implement sovereignty, availability, and classification of data in the cloud. With all the competitiveness going around in today’s market, enterprises need to map all the parameters they need in the cloud, for both themselves and their clients. Therefore, enterprises need to keep a close eye on the innovative cloud services from genuine service providers that best suit their requirements of enriching business processes, securing the data, and making their business flexible.
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