A Misuse of Cloud Resources: The Threat of Ransomware as a Service

One of the overarching benefits of cloud computing is its leveling of the playing field regarding the use of technology. Organizations of any size have access to the same cutting-edge technology offered by cloud service providers (CSPs). Perhaps the easiest way for a company to take advantage of the cloud is through a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution. Companies or individuals can add extensive computing functionality to their environment virtually instantly. 


Is Cloud Ransomware a Danger to Your IT Environment?

Ransomware has been a major cybersecurity threat to traditional IT environments for years. Until recently, cloud resources were not frequently attacked by this particular kind of malicious software. In large part, this was due to the challenges of attacking a cloud infrastructure.


Choosing the Best Cloud Backup Solution for Your Business

Backups are one of the most popular cloud offerings for both individuals and businesses. Users have many options to protect their data with cloud solutions like iCloud, Google Drive, and DropBox. Backing up to the cloud enables data to be accessed from any location with an Internet connection and is more convenient than backing up to physical external devices.


How to Protect Cloud Resources From Ransomware

Infection with ransomware is a problem that can impact any type of computing environment. With more companies opting to house major infrastructure components in the cloud, protecting these resources from infection with ransomware has become a high priority for IT security teams. 


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