IT services in the cloud are becoming more and more popular these days. Many companies have already made their way to the cloud or are in the process of migrating their infrastructure to the cloud. Obviously, this offers a number of advantages: fast service delivery, high scalability, seemingly unlimited resources, and very high availability at a reasonable price. In addition, you do not have to purchase your own server hardware and do not have to maintain it. Despite all these advantages, the security of the company’s applications and data in the cloud should not be overlooked. Even if conventional security technologies cannot be integrated into the cloud solution so easily, the security objectives remain the same: preventing unauthorized access, preventing data loss and maintaining availability.
So, what needs to be considered when it comes to cloud security?