Cloud-10 Service and Data Integration
R6: Service and Data Integration
Companies that are planning to adopt cloud must make sure that their proprietary data is adequately protected as it traverses through the internet between the end user and the cloud data center(s). Cloud computing models increase the risks associated with interception of data in transit, eventhough these risks are not unique to cloud. Cloud providers must ensure that they use SSL and/or tighter encryption protocols to secure data in transit
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