More businesses are moving their data to the cloud, due to its many attractive benefits: lower capital and operational overhead, faster and more efficient scalability, and increased flexibility, to name a few. According to a RightScale study,1 87 percent of businesses surveyed have migrated some or all of their communications and IT infrastructure to the cloud.
While the cloud provides many benefits, it also creates new security challenges and threats for businesses, which – if precautions are not taken – could cause serious repercussions to a company’s financial bottom line and reputation. For example, companies such as Dropbox, JPMorgan Chase . . .