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Data Protection and the new security paradigm

Data protection issues have come center stage as organizations move from legacy applications to those that store and manipulate data in a hybrid environment. Previously, IT security specialists sought to protect the boundaries of their networks and provide reliable perimeter security. Anything inside the perimeter was trusted and what was outside was not. This mindset led...

Part 1: What are Cloud Risks and how to manage them?

  This is the first part of 5 parts discussion where I will present the main risks of Cloud Computing and how CloudMask addresses those risks. I hope to receive your comments. Businesses are often worried about security and control over their data as they plan a move to the Cloud. This worry is often justified because some risks have proven to be real. CloudMask helps you...

Cloud services and their inherent risk to data security

Cloud security is the biggest hurdle preventing businesses from going all in on these services. Cloud services are now a fundamental component of enterprise IT infrastructure. Between the cost efficiencies, the ease of deployment and the mobility that these solutions offer, it just makes sense in today's corporate world to rely on hosted hardware, databases and...

Your data privacy is on the line

Your data privacy is under more of a threat than ever. In the age of cybercrime, cyberwarfare and cyberespionage, the average consumer might feel as though they are safe from hackers. There are bigger fish to fry, right? Unfortunately, your data privacy is under more of a threat than ever, as everyone from cybercriminals to government agencies and major tech companies...

Man-In-The-Cloud (MITC) attacks; risk and solution

MITC attcks allow cybercriminals to access data and documents stored in popular file synchronization services such as Google Drive. Cloud storage has slowly but surely become the best method for sharing, backing up and remotely accessing data in all forms, from Word documents to movies to sensitive, personally identifiable information. So, given Google's position in...

How Cloud Computing is introducing new risks, and how Companies can protect themselves better

Many people feel that Cloud computing has been around for quite a long time, and intrusion into such technology is far from innovative. To them, it appears that instead of storing data on their own servers in a server farm, they now store their data in much larger clusters of servers in someone’s data center. The Cloud's threats arise from the sheer scale of data that...

Part 2: Data Security in the Cloud

  This is the second part of 5 parts discussion where I will present the main risks of Cloud Computing and how CloudMask addresses those risks. I hope to receive your comments. W.A. Any organization that is contemplating using cloud-based services for its computing architecture is necessarily worried about how it is to protect, control and ensure safety for its data...
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CloudMask provides end-to-end encryption for emails, files and applications. Only those you explicitly trust can decrypt and see your data in clear; Not hackers, Cloud Providers, Government Agencies, or even CloudMask. Twenty-six government cybersecurity agencies around the world back these claims.

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