To get an insight into how cloud security works, we talked to our resident expert Videsh Juggernarth.
Cloud servers on average have high security levels which are set by original equipment manufacturers such as Microsoft, Unify, Amazon, and Google. They create the various products and services which service providers such as Nashua Communications provide. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and service providers alike make sure that there is a basic level of insulation in place at all times, this refers to the basic level of security that is implemented when moving an organisation to the cloud. This basic insulation can be adapted or strengthened according to the customer’s specific security requirements. For example, a financial services company will have more stringent security requirements when compared to a retail organisation, even though they use the same cloud service.