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How Secure Is Your Cloud?

When a software vendor approaches your company, the general assumption is that the services offered are of a certain quality and possess the security qualifications to meet your business’s needs. However, in a recent report by Skyhigh Networks “researchers noted that of the 2,105 cloud services in use, only 9 percent provided enterprise-grade security capabilities, while the remaining 91 percent posed medium to high security risks to organizations.”

This report, based on a study with 1,000,000+ users, can understandably make even the most technologically savvy managers uneasy.  Within the top 10 high-risk services were names commonly mentioned in the media as leading cloud providers, including Google Drive, Dropbox, and 4Shared. With these widespread products possessing significant vulnerabilities and maintaining persistent security faults in your IT infrastructure, what are the other options?

Here at The Data Vault, whether it’s your physical file storage or your digital data backups, we’ve always made the security of your information a priority. As part of that, the core of our Data Vault Cloud storage solution is based upon enterprise grade Asigra software – some of the most secure in the industry. With the only FIPS 140-2 security certification in the cloud backup and recovery industry (necessary to work with high grade government and healthcare data), you can rest assured that our software offers the most up to date encryption standards and other security measures.

If you’re interested in switching to a more secure platform for your information or are just looking to get started with a cloud provider, give us a call today at (502) 244 – 1151 or head over to our contact page. We would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have and walk you through the steps towards a better system for your data.

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