Threat Intelligence Times

Cloud solutions have evolved and multiplied at an incredible rate in recent years, and it appears that options for securing sensitive data within cloud environments are finally catching up. Despite this, cloud security concerns remain high, with data breaches, data loss and account hijacking topping the list.

A recent Frost & Sullivan-conducted survey of information security professionals reveals that respondents in the healthcare and finance industry verticals have the highest concentration of elevated concern. Consequently, one would be quick to question whether a viable cloud option, suitable for the most security-conscious and data privacy-regulated vertical, even exists.

Frost & Sullivan’s white paper, Cloud Attributes and Top Tier Security – Together at Last, briefly outlines the primary approaches to building customized security in the cloud and introduces an alternative method to manage an efficient and secure cloud environment. To download the whitepaper, visit:

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