Security Recommendations for organisations employing a Hybrid Cloud model
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Modern business commonly sees the use of Cloud Computing to reduce costs and allow ease of use for mobile business. Cloud platforms offer an easy solution to lots of hardware and other hindrances to business operations. However, a more open and lightweight system means that security flaws will become apparent. While security is not as secure as it can be, organisations will find that productivity decreases meaning that their business is less efficient. Here, we will be addressing 5 areas where security threats are most likely to prevail. Using existing research and modern security countermeasures, recommendations will be provided for businesses and organisations to tighten security when a Hybrid Cloud model is employed. Recommendations made will aim to provide enough security to negate the majority of threats while still allowing day to day operations to be carried out as normal.
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