Exposed Cloud Server


A cloud server is a highly powerful virtual IT infrastructure that can host data and applications. However, if incorrectly configured the cloud server can be exposed. An exposed cloud server creates attack vectors into the system.

To protect your public cloud environments and avoid exposing a cloud server, organizations should safeguard both the internal and external surfaces of public cloud applications. Cloud Threat Detection solutions can identify excessive permissions and misconfigurations, and prevent malicious activity and data theft.

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Understanding Cloud Permissions Management & How To Control Excessive Permissions

Understanding Cloud Permissions Management & How To Control Excessive Permissions

This guide outlines how organizations must manage and control excessive permissions within public cloud environments, including common pitfalls and challenges, to keep data secure.

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