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Five Best Practices for Cloud Security

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    Embrace a secure-by-design approach: IT organizations need to focus on identifying controls that address the lack of direct access to information. Taking an approach that is secure by design forms the foundation of the organizations strategy for entering the cloud and allows the organization to consistently approach security needs based on the workloads and granular data represented in their cloud efforts. This also facilitates the implementation of resiliency and audit capabilities in the cloud, allowing organizations to extend their security philosophy into the cloud.

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Five Best Practices for Cloud Security

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    Embrace a secure-by-design approach: IT organizations need to focus on identifying controls that address the lack of direct access to information. Taking an approach that is secure by design forms the foundation of the organizations strategy for entering the cloud and allows the organization to consistently approach security needs based on the workloads and granular data represented in their cloud efforts. This also facilitates the implementation of resiliency and audit capabilities in the cloud, allowing organizations to extend their security philosophy into the cloud.

There’s obviously still a lot of concern about the security of cloud computing, both inside and outside the data center. But in reality, cloud computing is a more secure option than what most IT organizations have in place today. But like all things IT, it needs to be properly managed to be effective.

Here are five tips from IBM on how to better secure your cloud computing environment

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