Q: My SMB customers are slowly starting to embrace the public cloud. Cloud service providers have built-in security features, though. Is this enough to protect my customers’ data? Are there any additional precautions I should take to make sure their data is secure in the public cloud?
That’s right - according to IDG’s 2016 Cloud Computing Survey, 70 percent of businesses have at least one application in the cloud. For most partners, built-in security features offered by public cloud providers generally are not enough to protect your customers’ data. Today, As cloud adoption continues to increase, now is the time to take the necessary precautions to ensure your customers’ data is safe.
To give you the best advice when it comes to securing the public cloud, we talked to Rich Turner, cloud product marketing manager at Barracuda. Rich is currently leading the messaging regarding public cloud applications and why it’s important to ensure you secure those environments. He shared his advice on why it’s important to be proactive about securing public cloud applications.