Improving Data Security in a MultiCloud World26 Aug
In response to major recent Cloud breaches, Neovera & Madison Cloud join forces to launch a new solution for strengthening enterprise data management and security in MultiCloud ecosystems By: Neovera Inc.
Attacks on Clouds are increasing
RESTON, Va. – Aug. 25, 2019 – PRLog — A lone hacker recently exploited multiple Cloud vulnerabilities to steal sensitive data from dozens of enterprises. As news of the attacks continues to unfold, business leaders around the world are scrambling to validate their defenses against this emerging class of threats that can defy security best practices.
Ryan Child, President of Neovera said, “Organizations are struggling to balance the benefits of Cloud while protecting their data. One common concern is the practice of deploying sensitive data across decentralized Cloud storage services. Private MultiCloud Storage coupled with strong Identity Access Management is an alternative approach that can provide better flexibility and security”.
Randall Van Allen, CEO of Madison Cloud said, “Our PMCS solution places data on secure private storage directly next to Cloud provider data centers. This enables customers to have direct control over their data and eliminates Cloud storage lock-in”.
Neovera and Madison Cloud are available at VMworld 2019 in San Francisco Aug 26 to 28 to discuss emerging threats and considerations moving forward.
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Neovera: Enterprises ranging from Fast 50 startups to the Fortune 500 rely on Neovera’s expertise to defend critical systems 24 x 365 against the world’s most challenging cyber threats. www.neovera.com/
Madison Cloud: Organizations making the shift to MultiCloud can do so without sacrificing control of their data. PMCS accelerates Cloud adoption by solving performance and data privacy concerns. www.madisoncloud.com
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