We give a full suite of collaborative cloud security consulting services, including cloud penetration testing, access management strategy, security risk assessments, and application security assessments. We also provide security consulting for data protection best practices, disaster recovery, and helping develop your overall cloud security requirements for DevOps and in-house security teams. if you experience a cloud security clash or data breach, our engineer can help you guide the traces of each platform and supplement your in-house sources to contain the conflict and mitigate damages as quickly as possible.
Why move to the cloud
IT Companies to maintain closer control over the three pillars of data protection - backup, security and infrastructure management. Its less this shared role for companies are saving huge costs and comfort from the requirement to manage the security of the physical hardware and related infrastructure. Security requirements for content, disaster recovery and backup will not change from the policies that were set for on-premise datacenters.
Your data safe and secure
Taken together, these data protection elements allow agencies to rebound more effectively from network incursions, protect critical information and prevent problems from being repeated. To ensure organizations are properly prepared to recover from disasters, the answer is clear: They must test often. Recovery testing at regular intervals must be a best practice of every business. Moving infrastructure to the cloud will certainly remove the burden of maintaining the physical hardware and network. But only a holistic approach that tears down the traditional silos of backup and recovery, security and infrastructure management will ensure the security of data in the cloud.
Types of backup
In addition to the various approaches to cloud backup, there are also multiple backup methods to consider. While cloud backup providers give customers the option to choose the backup method that best fits their needs and applications, it is important to understand the differences among the three main types.
Full backups copy the entire data set every time a backup is initiated. As a result, they provide the highest level of protection. However, most organizations cannot perform full backups frequently because they can be time-consuming and take up too much storage capacity.
Incremental backups only back up the data that has been changed or updated since the last backup. This method saves time and storage space, but can make it more difficult to perform a complete restore. Incremental is a common form of cloud backup because it tends to use fewer resources.
Differential backups are similar to incremental backups because they only contain data that has been altered. However, differential backups back up data that has changed since the last full backup, rather than the last backup in general. This method solves the problem of difficult restores that can arise with incremental backups.
Security is an important feature in the cloud backup process. The three main concerns are often mentioned to as the security CIA: confidentiality, integrity and availability. A user or the source holds the encryption key. Most companies prefer to hold their encryption keys, and providers should offer this option. Types of network encryption include Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security protocols. Most data will move across the public internet on its way to the cloud, so for secrecy, many cloud backup providers encrypt data all through the process: at the primary situation, during transit and at rest in the source's data center.