Cloud Security

Extending security to all aspects of your cloud-based infrastructure, applications, and data.

Comprehensive Managed Network & Cloud Security

Enhance the security and efficiency of your business operations with our comprehensive managed network and cloud security services. We provide robust, scalable solutions tailored to your specific needs.

Our expert team continually monitors your systems, ensuring threats are detected and neutralized before they can impact your operations. We assist with data protection, privacy, and compliance standards, enabling your robust defense against cyber attacks. With us, benefit from a secure network and fortified cloud infrastructure that ensures critical business data is secure and accessible, enhancing overall performance. Gain peace of mind and focus solely on growing your business.

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Challenges of Cloud Security

Cloud security helps organizations improve visibility, implement controls, and better protect against attacks. It also improves your business continuity and disaster recovery.
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Data Loss/Data Breaches

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Unauthorized access

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Inadequate change controls

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Denial-of-Service (DOS) attacks

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Insecure interfaces and APIs

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Lack of visibility

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Cloud Migration

Comprehensive approach to protecting data and applications during the migrations process, assessing risk, and implementing controls.

Cloud Data Encryption

Protects data by encrypting both in transit and at rest to avoid the risk of unauthorized access and interception.

Cloud Identity & Access Management

Controls access to cloud resources by implementing various authentication measures, such as MFA (multi-factor authentication) and SSO (single sign-on).

Virtual Desktops (VDI)

Uses the cloud to host desktop environments to reduce the risk of data breaches or loss by storing sensitive data centrally and not on individual devices.

Managed Email Protection

Provides comprehensive protection against phishing, malware, spam, and other email-based attacks through email encryption and archiving controls.


Cloud Vulnerability Scanning

On-going scanning identifies security weaknesses in cloud resources, allowing for proactive measures to be implemented to mitigate potential security threats.

Cloud Penetration Testing

Evaluates the security of your cloud-based systems and applications to identify vulnerabilities in the cloud infrastructure, including misconfigurations, weaknesses in access controls,

Cloud Application Code Review

Assesses the security, performance, and functionality of an application hosted on a cloud platform and accessed over the internet.

Cloud Compliance Management

Ensures that cloud-based systems and applications comply with relevant regulations and industry standards, including privacy laws, industry-specific regulations, and security frameworks.


Cloud Threat Intelligence

Uses machine learning algorithms to detect anomalous activity and monitors public and private threat intelligence feeds to stay up to date on emerging threats.

Agentless Cloud Vulnerability Management

Uses non-invasive methods, such as APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), to identify potential security vulnerabilities in cloud resources.

Cloud Endpoint Detection & Response

Monitors cloud resources, network traffic, log files, and other data sources for security threats and vulnerabilities

Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity

Helps to ensure organizations can recover quickly from security incidents or other disruptions that impact cloud resources and restore backups effectively.


Cloud Security
What is Cloud Security, and why is it important?

Cloud Security refers to the set of policies, technologies, and controls designed to protect data, applications, and infrastructure associated with cloud computing. It’s crucial due to the unique security challenges in the cloud, including data breaches, misconfigurations, and unauthorized access, making robust security measures essential to safeguard sensitive information. 

What are the main security concerns associated with cloud computing?

The main concerns include:

  • Data breaches: Unauthorized access to sensitive information.
  • Misconfigurations: Improperly configured cloud services leading to vulnerabilities.
  • Compliance and governance issues: Ensuring adherence to industry regulations and internal policies.
  • Account hijacking: Unauthorized access to cloud accounts leads to data theft or disruption.
  • Insecure APIs: Vulnerabilities in application programming interfaces can be exploited by attackers.
How can organizations ensure Cloud Security?

Organizations can enhance Cloud Security by:

  • Implementing strong access controls and authentication measures.
  • Encrypting data both in transit and at rest.
  • Regularly monitoring and auditing cloud environments for vulnerabilities and unusual activities.
  • Employing robust identity and access management (IAM) strategies.
  • Keeping abreast of security best practices and updates from cloud service providers.
What are the differences between public, private, and hybrid cloud security?

Public Cloud Security involves securing data and applications stored on a cloud platform accessible by the public. Private Cloud Security focuses on protecting a dedicated cloud environment serving a single organization, providing greater control and security. Hybrid Cloud Security involves securing a combination of both public and private cloud infrastructures, demanding a comprehensive security strategy that caters to both environments. 

What are the best practices for ensuring strong Cloud Security?

Best practices include:

  • Conducting regular security assessments and audits.
  • Implementing strong encryption protocols for data in transit and at rest.
  • Utilizing multi-factor authentication (MFA) and strong access controls.
  • Training employees on security best practices and potential threats.
  • Employing automated security tools and services to monitor and respond to security threats in real-time.
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