Cloud security, also known as cloud computing security, consists of a set of policies, controls, procedures and technologies that work together to protect cloud-based systems, data and infrastructure. These security measures are configured to protect cloud data, support regulatory compliance and protect customer privacy, as well as set authentication rules for individual users and devices. From authenticating access to filtering traffic, cloud security can be configured according to the exact needs of the business. Due to the fact that these rules can be configured and managed in one place, administration costs are reduced and IT teams have the ability to focus on other areas of the business.
Cloud computing is the best practice for companies aiming to have an IT ecosystem where employees can connect to applications and information from anywhere in the world, at any time and with any device. Cloud computing consist in services like:
SIEM as a service aimes to facilite organizations in securing their infrastructures through real-time monitoring and analysis of events, with tracing of them and recording of security data for the purposes of any check for compliance. Who choses a SIEM is supported in the early recognition of potential vulnerabilities and threats, even before they can cause a business interruption and therefore damages.
EDR (Endpoing Detection and Response) is the “evolved” version of the outdated antivirus: with constant monitoring of each endpoint device and related data it is possible not only to detect potential threats, but also to carry out investigation and above all response activities, thanks to advanced systems of machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Vulnerability Management consists of a complex process that is divided into four phases: Identification, Analysis and Prioritization, Remediation and Reassessment. Its range of action is wider than the Vulnerability Assessment, scanning the entire IT infrastructure; the repetition of this process over time allows a continuous view of the health of IT systems with the ultimate goal of overcoming the problems encountered.
Data Vaulting (or e-vaulting) is a method that all organizations that handle sensitive data should adopt, data that should never be lost. To protect this data, copies of them are sent off-site so that they can be protected from theft, hardware failure and other potential threats. Entities such as insurance companies or banks have implemented this additional method of data storage to prevent serious losses.
Protecting your company and your customers from cyber threats, which are always evolving and therefore increasingly dangerous, becomes a business priority. A priority that becomes essential from 2018, with the entry into force of the Regulation on the protection and free circulation of personal data (GDPR).
T.net’s Data Security Fabric offers high-performance protection to all IT infrastructure, through advanced technologies for Cloud, Endpoint, Email, Web Applications and Site to Site connections under a single pane of glass.
T.net guarantees the security of the network and its content, with secure access to products that will share intelligence, combining security processors, an intuitive operating system and applied threat intelligence to ensure security, exceptional performance and greater visibility and control, simplifying all management operations. Comprehensive visibility into applications and users across the network gives the IT team insights into traffic patterns and usage to enable intelligent resource allocation.
CENTRALIZED SECURITY: Just as cloud computing centralizes applications and data, cloud security centralizes protection. Cloud-based corporate networks are made up of numerous devices and endpoints that can be difficult to manage. Managing these entities centrally improves traffic analysis and web filtering, simplifies monitoring of network events, and results in fewer software and policy updates. Disaster recovery plans can also be easily implemented and operated when managed in one place.
REDUCED COSTS: One of the benefits of using cloud storage and security is that it eliminates the need to invest in dedicated hardware. This not only reduces capital expenditure, but also reduces administrative overheads. Where IT teams once dealt with fire safety issues reactively, cloud security offers proactive security features that offer 24/7 protection with little or no human intervention.
LESS ADMIN: When you choose a trusted cloud service provider or cloud security platform, you can say goodbye to manual security configurations and near-constant security updates. These tasks can be enormously resource-intensive, but when you move them to the cloud, all of the security administration happens in one place and is fully managed on your behalf.
RELIABILITY: Cloud computing services offer maximum reliability. With the right cloud security measures, users can securely access data and applications within the cloud, no matter where they are or what device they are using.
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