Are you using iCloud, Onedrive, Dropbox, SharePoint or an app that stores your passwords in the cloud, etc? Is yours data really safe up in the air where hackers can attack with ease?
These are fair questions. No matter what a company might be telling you, there’s no sure way to know that your data is secure. In our opinion, if a server has an internet connection it cannot be 100% secure. Although, depending on the company, you can be fairly sure that they’re giving their best to secure your data. So who can we trust?
A news article was released a year ago titled “Chinese spies reportedly inserted microchips into servers used by Apple, Amazon, and others”. It’s uncomfortably quite common that large companies can be infiltrated or attacked. Amazon alone reportedly has over 2 million servers worldwide. Surely, people can appreciate the difficulty in keeping every single piece of server hardware/software safe from malicious sabotage.
When it comes to the securing your data in the cloud there are 6 major points we recommend you take into consideration.
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