How to secure data on cloud: best practices from 3 case studies — Privacy Ninja

How to secure data on cloud: best practices from 3 case studies

How to secure data on the cloud from Misconfiguration of Cloud Platforms

To secure data on the cloud from Misconfiguration of Cloud Platforms, you can Implement robust control to cloud resources such as:

How to secure data in cloud from Malware and Phishing

To secure data on the cloud, protect your cloud infrastructure against malware and phishing through:

  1. Enabling advanced protection services for cloud-based email servers, such as Microsoft 365 advanced protection and Google Protection service, to protect incoming mail.
  2. Disabling email auto-forwarding by default for cloud-based email servers, particularly if the email accounts handle sensitive personal data.
  3. Using a one-time password (OTP) or two-factor authentication (2FA) or multi-factor authentication (MFA) to secure administrator account(s) whose job function requires regular access to sensitive personal data or large amounts of personal data.

How to secure data on the cloud from Compromise of Cloud Access Keys

To secure data on the cloud from Compromise of Cloud Access Keys, adopt good cloud security practices as follows:

How a DPO and regular VAPT can help secure data in the cloud

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