Cloud has been a preferred business choice for flexibility across remote access, mobility, and cost-efficient control of IT systems. With the adoption of cloud and edge computing, many mission-critical applications have also been migrated over to the cloud that has contributed to concerns on data privacy and security. Insecure APIs, configuration oversight and data loss are the most common vulnerabilities among cloud applications. Distributed DoS attacks have emerged as a significant threat that can cause severe outages and even exposure to sensitive data. With more and more data being pushed to the cloud, the attack surface has expanded to an enormous scale giving way to new age threats including the infamous ransomware attacks.
Armed with the practical know-how in the multi-vendor cloud such as AWS, Google, and Azure, Hughes Systique, helps enterprises adapt to a cloud environment. This helps them gain the much-needed scalability and helps them successfully transform in a changing business landscape.
Here are some of the key offerings from HSC that help in protecting the data in the cloud.
Hughes Systique provides enterprise-grade cloud security consulting and management that can help organizations in the smooth functioning of their multi-cloud and hybrid cloud environment
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