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    How to Mitigate Cloud Threats

    Cloud computing is fast becoming the method of choice for many businesses. According to a survey conducted by companies currently use public clouds for 41 per cent of their workloads.

    Cloud computing services rely on a network of remote, distributed, virtual servers connected on the Internet. When changing to the cloud, a business needs to work with a cloud service provider (CPS) to deal with managing and maintaining the service.

    Even though a service provider provides the cloud, the primary responsibility for protecting corporate data in the cloud lies with the cloud customer.