The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society claims the security protocols of these databases are vastly outdated and vulnerable to cyber-attacks.
According to MarketWatch, the Cloud Security Alliance signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Fast IDentity Online Alliance to promote the standardization of authentication in cloud computing.
Although a business's IT department may possess limited abilities, the cloud host views security as another aspect of its business, if not its most important responsibility.
Although Big Data has been acknowledged for its ability to assist businesses in gaining an edge over the competition, little has been said about what it can offer in regards to security.
Typically, a cloud host encrypts data coming into the environment, which prevents it from being translated by malicious foreign entities.
Methods of securing the confidentiality of the Big Data companies collect on a regular basis are embedded within the platforms those businesses use.
Cloud infrastructure services can be highly secure if they are planned, deployed, and managed properly.
Cloud security barriers are crumbling as companies continue to gain more confidence in the technology.
The evolving cloud security landscape will transform identity and access management for the better.
As IT services evolve, new challenges are emerging in the business world that encourage decision-makers to build a cloud disaster recovery program.
Despite the incredible value associated with cloud storage and its affiliated technologies, there are still three key questions that need to be asked before business executives make the transition...