Cloud computing is the best practice for companies that aim 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. Furthermore, thanks to cloud computing, companies can manage SaaS applications and develop Internet of Things projects, connecting IOT devices to storage, computing or communication applications.
However, this new way of working has some contraindications: the more cloud computing expands and the more likely the probability of a cyberattack is growing. And that’s why companies need to focus on the topic of cloud computing security.
Protecting your company and your customers from cyber threats, always evolving and therefore serempre more dangerous, becomes nowadays a business priority. A priority that has become essential since May 2018, with the entry into force of the General Data Protecion Regulation (GDPR) or UE/679/2016.