Top 5 Security Risks of Cloud Computing

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Top 5 Security Risks of Cloud Computing does anyone know which are most important

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Top 5 Security Risks of Cloud Computing

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Hi there buddy here are the Top 5 Security Risk of Cloud Computing arrange in order:

1. Secure data transfer

2. Secure software interfaces

3. Secure stored data

4. User access control

5. Data separation

This is already arrange in order and I strongly agree with that arrangement because first of all you should secure all in and out going data transfer and ensure your file security cause that’s the main part of cloud computing.  

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Top 5 Security Risks of Cloud Computing

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Hello boys here we have 5 top security risk .
 
1. Secure data transfer
 
2. Secure software interfaces
 
3.  Secure stored data
 
4. User access control
 
5. Data separation
 
These are top 5 Security risk cloud computing provider secures data.
 
What criteria have you used to evaluate how well a cloud computing provider secures data?
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Top 5 Security Risks of Cloud Computing

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Hi,

Take a look at the enumerated details below:

1.       Data security – this holds true especially if you are handling very sensitive information on the cloud. This is the same reason as to why some enterprises have doubts in putting their corporate data in the cloud. Using hybrid or private cloud can be the answer.

2.       Service provider access – as cloud services is, most often than not, handled by service providers there may be people outside your company who will be handling and seeing these information. There should be a defined Service Level Agreement to answer this.

3.       Data Separation – in the case of a service provider handling multiple clients, how can the service provider ensure that your data will be a separate entity of the other? What are the possibilities of it being intertwined?

4.       Data Sovereignty – specially in cases of the government getting into cloud computing, it becomes an issue if these data will be hosted outside the country. Because it will mean that the data will be subject to the other country’s laws and not your country.

5.       Weak Software Interface – security of your information in the cloud is also dependent on the APIs. This can also lead to exposing corporate data.

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