What your business needs to know about Cloud security

It’s time.

Time we evolve and move with the times.  Regardless to whether your I.T services are on-prem or in the cloud or hybrid it’s time to take note before it’s too late.

Time to protect our businesses and organisations from the ever growing cyber attacks.  We’ve seen it in the news affecting NHS we’ve seen it cause serious disruption at large firms including the advertising giant WPP, French construction materials company Saint-Gobain and Russian steel and oil firms Evraz and Rosneft.  It’s held no mercy on affecting public and private sectors across the US and Europe.

The pace and frequency of the attacks have developed momentum and now become a highlight in main stream media.  Clearly disruptive it goes to show these types of attacks cannot be ignored.


It’s important to have your IT Services risk assessed now.

It’s important for your organisation to distinguish critical data and provide protection against such threats.

It’s important to know that in the event of an attack that your systems can identify and detect abnormal behaviors around your cloud applications and files etc.

This type of granular detection sits on top of your already deployed intrusion detection system and intrusion protection system….intrusion what?…..


Make the discovery before it’s too late and move with the times to save lives and your business.


It doesn’t have to cost a lot for you to save a lot.  Cost is not everything when you compare the sensitivity of your data.  For the NHS this data can save a life and by losing data you are risking life.

Without a doubt whether the public sector likes it or not they will be forced / bullied into the evolution of their I.T services by such attacks.  They will only continue for as long as they remain vulnerable.

Be warned, make the discovery.

Reference: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/enterprisemobility/2017/07/12/ransomware-detection-with-microsoft-advanced-threat-analytics-and-cloud-app-security/


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