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Tips for Cloud Computing Security

    Shared software, shared resources are integral elements of Cloud Computing, which has become a rage today. It’s being used by companies looking for flexibility and scalability. But there are risks involved that you have to keep in mind while using public, private or hybrid cloud computing options. Security of your vital data is of great importance to you and it should be protected while you get the best benefits of cloud computing services. To make effective use of cloud computing and to ensure that data is transferred online securely, there are certain tips you must follow.
 

Know how your data is protected

    Data encryption and firewall security is crucial and you have to know more about these aspects when you sign up with a service provider. Public cloud SaaS solutions make secure encryption practically mandatory. Cloud computing resources should also have an inbound firewall for security reasons. You might be on a cloud but you still have to have strategies in place in case there is an external attack or hostile activity on the system. Service providers that talk about their security measures openly should be given precedence because it enables you to have your own strategies in order. 
 
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Author: Ramya Raju
 

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  • Stacey White Said:

    Public cloud is prone to serious security threats and more and more threats are emerging as it is gaining popularity in general public circles and these threats should be addressed with ultimate security force else public data will be at stake.

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