Trusted Data Assurance In The Cloud
“Who is responsible for protecting my company’s data? Do I own my data in the cloud? How can providers safeguard my data from ending up across the globe?”
In spite of all the progress that has been made in data protection since the first cloud solutions were marketed two decades ago, the answers to these questions remain cloudy. Today, although more and more businesses are opting for cloud services to benefit from reduced infrastructure costs, pay-as-you-go services and increased flexibility and scalability, the risk environment has increased and businesses cannot afford to compromise on information security. What businesses need from cloud providers today is trusted data assurance. This is achievable, but it requires work from both providers and consumers.
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