. https://wizardcyber.com/blog/cloud-cyber-security/
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Cloud computing has transformed the way small to medium sized (SME) companies purchase and use IT services in the last five years. It is estimated that 70% of all firms in the US and Europe use at least one business-critical cloud application. The cloud delivers simplified IT management, remote access, mobility, and huge cost-efficiency. However, as more and more applications migrate to the cloud, the need to ensure effective cloud cyber security and data privacy has become essential for every organisation. What is cloud computing? Cloud computing is a generic term for a group of services which includes Software as a service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and Platform as a service (PaaS). SaaS offers low-cost access to a large number of business applications which include accountancy, email, ERP and CRM systems. Cloud cyber threats. Although published in 2016, the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), The Treacherous 12 report provides an accurate guide to the top cloud security threats. Based on a survey of 271 global CISO executives, the report identified the three top concerns as Data Breaches, Weak Identity & Access Management and Insecure API’s. READ MORE