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Since the user’s data has to be released to the Cloud and thus leaves the protection-sphere of the data owner.
Private and Public Clouds function in the same way: applications are hosted on a server and accessed over the Internet. Whether you’re using a Software as a Service (SaaS) version of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software, creating offsite backups of your company data, or setting up a Social Media marketing page, you’re trusting a third-party company with information about your business and, most likely, your customers.
Reply Cloud Security solutions help meet regulatory compliance efficiently and defend against the latest threats.
In order to develop an integrated Cloud Security strategy, Reply has developed a
Secure Cloud Framework to align your overall IT security strategy and integrate cloud components of your environment.
Help you retain and grow your existing customer base with a breadth of security options, including endpoint and network protection, as well as compliance services and vendor selection. Reduce your churn, while improving your customers’ security. Operate from your private cloud or with a public provider to extent your delivery model to find the right price and operational model for you and your customers.
To make access control and resource allocation effective, you have to be able to define, resolve, and enforce security policies in a consistent, robust manner. As cloud cannot exist without the ability of all the resources to be accessible as if they were on an interoperable, single system, security on the cloud cannot be efficient as long as the attributes of individuals and services are not defined in a consistent, machine-readable way. We help your IT to implement the standard defined by the CLU (cloud security alliance) in order to secure your cloud environment.
Your data should be securely encrypted when it’s on the provider’s servers and while it’s in use by the cloud service. Few cloud providers assure protection for data being used within the application or for disposing of your data. So it's important to have a strategy to secure your data not only when it’s in transit but also when it’s on their servers and accessed by the cloud-based applications. In addition, anyone who's developed for the web, this should include being able to use standards-based functions to assure the security of information at rest and in motion. Standard: KMIP, the OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol.
Malware threat is continuously growing with sophistication. Though multiple layers of defence are provided at perimeter, network, host, application and data levels, it is still becoming a challenge to address malware related problems.Signature based anti-malware solutions are not able to detect zero-day malware, though heuristic based anti-malware solutions are able to increase the detection rate, their false positive rate is high. Positive security model is effective but creates rigidity on environment. Reply has developed an hybrid security model for combating malware threat, considering the nature of Information Technology (IT) systems and their business objective. In additions Threat Management services are offered by Reply to help companies to safeguard sensitive data, meet the requirements of the security standards legislation and other legal and regulatory requirements.
Security Monitoring is not only a matter of choosing the right security service provider but it requests that company develop and drive adoption of a standard interface that permits to query the actual security status of specific elements of a provider’s services. In an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering, these may include security status of a virtual machine. In a Platform as a Service (PaaS) or Software as a Service (SaaS), the patch status of a piece of software may be important. In both of these cases (PaaS and SaaS), applications are provided through the cloud and their update status would need to be monitored. The data will be maintained by the provider in real time, allowing the subscriber to ascertain security levels at any given point in time. The onus is ultimately on the subscriber to ensure its compliance reporting meets all geographical and industry-based regulations.