Despite being designed to make individual access more secure; from a business perspective cloud security surpasses physical hardware capacity.
The keyword is ‘scale’. No matter the number of users, cloud has the ability to handle the load to meet business demands.
Additionally cloud intelligence can also be used to analyze login behavior and detect possible threats – such as unfamiliar IP addresses or inconsistent login scenarios – resulting in swifter action block suspicious activities.
Cloud security also helps onboard new clients and temporary staff into your system. Setting up an identity gives them access to what they need – and restricts access to what they don’t. It also enables you to work securely with external partners; as you can invite them as guests – without needing to create a new identity or managing the account. Easily providing collaboration access and enforcing second-factor authentication to protect your sensitive resources.
Ultimately, cloud security makes up for human errors – such as lost/stolen devices and forgotten passwords – as well as hacker threats, system failures, and data loss. It also makes resources highly accessible for those with the right permissions, seamlessly adhering to the conditions you define.
With the help of cloud technology, you can easily and securely safeguard your corporate data while you focus on what’s important, your business!