Date: 2017-04-01 17:37
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Cloud Security Guide - Companies, Computing, Services
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SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS: A security checklist for cloud
The profusion of different forms of cloud is also complicated, from a security perspective, by the different service models available, each of which again has its own issues:
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Many Cloud services areaccessed using simple REST Web Services interfaces. These are commonly called "APIs", since they are similar in concept to the more heavyweight C++ or Java APIs used by programmers, though they are much easier to leverage from a Web pageor from a mobile phone, hence their increasing ubiquity. "API Keys" are used to access these services. These are similar in some ways to passwords. They allow organizations to access the Cloud Provider. For example, if anorganization is using a SaaS offering, it will often be provided with an API Keys. The protection of these keys is very important.
Monitoring – Security monitoring techniques using intrusion detection, network flow analysistools, and host-based agents are common in internal data centers. However, ensuring systems are properly monitored in the cloud is a different story. In many cases, cloud providers may not allow or support advanced monitoring technologies or processes, although some may offer this as a service.
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One of the world's largest technology companies, Google, has invested a lot of money into the cloud space, where it recognises that having a reputation for security is a key determinant of success. Security is built into the DNA of our products, says a company spokesperson. Google practices a defense-in-depth security strategy, by architecting security into our people, process and technologies.
Organizations and enterprises are increasingly considering Cloud Computing to save money and to increase efficiency. However, while the benefits of Cloud Computing are clear, mostorganizations continue to be concerned about the associated security implications. Due to the shared nature of the Cloud where one organization's applications may be sharing the same metal and databases as another firm, Chief Security Officers (CSOs) must recognize they do not have full control of these resources and consequently must question the inherent security of the Cloud. However, it is important to note that Cloud Computing is not fundamentally insecure it just needs to be managed and accessed in a secure way.