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Cloud technology, in its simplest form, is an online storage service that offers operational convenience with web-based applications that do not require any installation. When we use cloud technology, the entire service where we can easily access this information, programs and data in every location on our device connected to the internet is called cloud technology.
Thanks to the development of cloud computing technology, the storage and accessibility of big data on the internet has become possible. In line with these opportunities, the definition of big data, which is one of the building blocks of Industry 4.0, has the opportunity to be applied in the industry. Cloud technology is installed and shared by large organizations such as universities, companies, and government institutions. Using this technology reduces the load on personal computers and a diverse number of applications are provided by the cloud server.
Generally, users do not want to download and install applications on their computers. Therefore, they store all the virtual assets they need to store, such as applications, programs and data, in a virtual server, that is, in the cloud, through their devices in any environment where they are connected to the internet. Thanks to Cloud Technology, they can access this information, data and programs. They provide easy transportation. In addition to the advantages of this technology, which provides opportunities such as more storage space, cost savings, labor savings, and fast data transfer, the possibility of all these important assets stored on the servers falling into the hands of malicious people should not be ignored.
Public Cloud: A cloud technology established with servers on the Internet. E-mails are an example of this pay-as-you-use model that you can use in small and medium-sized companies.
Private Cloud: It is a cloud technology preferred by large companies whose information is important. All information is at the founder's disposal and access security and confidentiality are high. Microsoft provides this to you with the help of Hyper-V and System Center Product Family.
Hybrid Cloud: It is a cloud technology that emerges from the combination of Public and Private Cloud. Differences can be seen in the combination rates depending on the volume of the companies.
Community Cloud: It is cloud technology that hosts services shared with several companies. Community members have access to applications and data.
Although cloud technology provides convenience to our operations, when we install any program in the cloud environment and we can use that program again as long as we have internet access in any location we want, it also has its disadvantages. The most important of these is, of course, security. Because the information that is of critical importance for institutions and organizations is on cloud platforms. Moving it puts the data of that institution at risk. Because there are security vulnerabilities in cloud systems. When they cannot provide sufficient security, all of this data can be leaked and no institution wants this.
In this case, our cloud security service will help alleviate the burden of keeping your assets safe during the transportation of assets that are critical for organizations to the cloud. With our service, we provide support in developing cloud strategy, planning, creating and running secure cloud programs. At the same time, our cloud security support is always at your service to evaluate your current cloud programs, identify threats and address security gaps. Identity and access management, which helps plan, implement and manage the deployment of user controls to the cloud, is also included in our service content.
Our cloud security consulting services also include threat intelligence to help securely protect business-critical assets in the cloud.
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A solid cloud security configuration is imperative for businesses migrating to the cloud. Security threats are constantly evolving and becoming more complex, and the cloud system is no less risky than an on-premises environment. That's why it's so important to work with a cloud provider that offers best-in-class security customized for your infrastructure.
Cloud service providers use a combination of methods to protect your data. Firewall (Firewalls) protect your network security and perimeter of your end users, traffic between different applications stored in the cloud. NAC (Network Access Control) protects data by allowing you to set up access lists for different entities. By maintaining strict access control, you can protect critical documents from malicious insiders or hackers with stolen credentials. Data Security methods include virtual private networks, encryption or masking. Virtual private networks (VPNs) allow remote workers to connect to corporate networks. Data Masking encrypts identifiable information such as names. This preserves data integrity by keeping important information private. Threat Intelligence (Cyber Reconnaissance) detects security threats and ranks them in order of importance. This feature helps protect mission-critical assets from threats.
Cloud-based security systems; Protecting your business from threats Protecting against internal threats Preventing data loss Provides benefits. Among the biggest threats to systems are Malware, Ransomware and DDoS. Malware and Ransomware Violations: Many cloud data security solutions identify malware and ransomware. Firewalls, spam filters and identity management help with this. This keeps malicious email out of employee inboxes. DDoS Protection: In a DDoS or distributed denial of service attack, your system is full of requests. Your website slows down until it crashes when the number of requests is too large to handle. Cloud security services actively monitor the cloud system to identify and defend against attacks. By alerting your cloud provider of the attack in real time, they can take steps to secure your systems.