Cloud Security: Four Ways to Secure your Data in the Cloud

Cloud computing has changed the way businesses use the internet. According to LogicMonitor’s Cloud Vision 2020 study, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020.Such statistics are becoming increasingly common while cloud adopters are instantly benefiting from greater versatility, adaptability and scalability. With cloud security still a concern in some areas, which fears are justified? Which can be mitigated? Which are overplayed? And what’s changing in the cloud landscape? UKFast takes a look at the reasons why some businesses are still holding back from the cloud and what can be done to take the fear out of security.

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Secure your data migration

Discover why organisations face uncertainty when considering migration to the cloud, and how the risks of cloud security can be alleviated if the correct measures are implemented.

Mitigate internal threats

Users are your organisation’s biggest security threat. Explore how once effective user procedures are implemented, there is nothing to stop organisations reaping the rewards of cloud computing.

Use regulated cloud hosting providers

With regulation, as with many things, doing your homework is vital. There are always going to be those looking to cut corners and reduce costs. Learn what to look for in a regulated cloud hosting provider.

Know where your data is

Transitioning to the cloud means companies releasing day-to-day control of physical infrastructure to their provider; get to know the reasons why this should not put your business off.

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Migration to the cloud can seem daunting – trusting another company with your data security and placing data on networks that you do not control. The adoption of cloud services is rapidly increasing worldwide, yet some businesses are still hesitant.

Download the whitepaper to discover four ways to secure your data in the cloud and take the fear out of cloud hosting.