Simplifying Data Security in Modern, Multi and Hybrid Cloud Environments

In this rapidly changing technological world, cyber security has been a major concern for businesses moving to the cloud. However, cyber-attacks and cyber threats are in no way stopping their pace or targets. Businesses face various challenges to maintain security within their database ecosystem.

It comes as a surprise that the benefits of association with the cloud include many benefits like reduced costs, speedy operations, and more flexibility. Although there are still many common cloud misconceptions attached where it is said that simplifying technology can create new complexities and can compromise the security of the system.

Cloud Computing was created to provide a single platform to multiple users and make resources available in real-time. According to reports, approximately 93% of companies use multiple and hybrid clouds to assist with things like balancing workloads and often companies try to avoid vendor lock-ins. There are also backup options like- if one cloud faces outage issues, companies in a hybrid environment are in a good position to avoid delaying business operations.

A major standard requirement for businesses is for their data to be packed by a secured source. The most important elements of all cloud security are:

  • Mobility-In today’s fast-forward world, people need answers on-demand and in realtime mode; in short- something that can provide them flexibility to access information from anywhere in the world. This would be balanced by visibility into their recent workload system in order to properly manage and secure it.
  • Security- Securing clouds is not a piece of cake. And since you will have your database uploaded on cloud, which could be accessed by anyone including hackers. Therefore, its security must be of the utmost importance to the organization. A web application firewall (WAF), is the best solution for cloud security.
  • Compliance- Different companies, industries and even regions have different compliance policies. It’s very essential for organizations to know where their data is ensured and where they are properly regulated.
  • Backup- Having a backup never goes in vain. Even when you are working on-cloud, it is important to keep your data backed up. Backing up not only helps to make data available anytime but it can be restored if in any case it gets lost.

Therefore, having a data management security solution for your enterprise can help to keep your cloud safe and helps to improve performance of your IT infrastructure.

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