5 Walls of Cloud Security

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A cloud data center is designed to be a guarded fortress. It is engineered to allow approved users to access the system from any location, with any capable device. A data center is a single installation to secure as opposed to attempting to maintain multiple of pieces of hardware – each vulnerable to mishaps, thefts, disasters, or attacks. In addition to robust physical security protocols onsite, data centers have a variety of cutting-edge software security measures.


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The 5 Walls of Cloud Security

  1. Digital Encryption
    Communications are encoded to prevent unauthorized access
  2. Personal Identity
    Strong passwords or two-step authorization to access the system
  3. Data Management
    24/7 data flow monitoring
  4. Event Correlation Engine
    Powerful software scans for suspicious activity
  5. Physical Security
    Data centers are virtual fortresses

Read more about the Case for Cloud Communications in our free white paper and visit UnivergeBlue.com to learn more about UCaaS cloud security.