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Cloud Security

Cloud Security is a critical aspect of a business’s overall IT infrastructure. It protects data, applications, network traffic and other vital functions from cyberattacks and other threats.

Scaling Speed: Unlike traditional IT systems, cloud-centric infrastructure and apps can be rapidly deployed and easily scaled to meet an organization’s needs. However, they also need to be constantly monitored and updated.

End-user system interfacing: Cloud systems are often accessed by users on their own devices, which can increase the risk of unauthorized access. Ensure that access permissions are maintained at the end-user device, software and network levels to avoid vulnerabilities.

Data security: Using tools like encryption can help protect data from theft and other attacks. These scramble files so that they are only readable by someone who has the password or key.

Zero Trust: Network protections like firewalls and filters help prevent malicious requests from gaining access to internal cloud services. This helps to prevent the spread of malware, which is a significant concern for cloud-based enterprises.

Policy Integration: Integrated security policies are critical to ensure a uniform approach for an enterprise. This enables companies to deploy a consistent security strategy across the entire cloud.

Multi-Cloud Security: Using different cloud providers can reduce cost and improve performance. This enables an enterprise to keep data, applications and services secure from one cloud provider but accessible across multiple alternatives if needed.

Cyscale Cloud Platforms & Points (CWPP) solutions help organizations maintain a universal security standard for their public and on-campus cloud ecosystems. They also offer discovery and management of already-deployed workloads, reducing the cost of implementing and maintaining new cloud infrastructure.