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5 Cloud Security Myths Debunked

Although cloud technology is not with us for very long, today it is almost impossible to remember what the world was like before its arrival. The reason behind this is actually quite simple. It has made everything easier and more effective. It also made us all more connected. ( How To Keep Your Data Safe In Cloud Storage? ) It’s amazing accessibility is something that is literally unparalleled, but it is exactly this notion that gave birth to various myths about its security issues. Most of these concerns are nothing more than urban legends and here are five of them.

1.   The issue of trust

Probably the most important word in the entire Cloud phenomenon is sharing. Now, sharing is something that involves other people, in this case a lot of them. This raises another question, who can you really trust on the Cloud? First of all, there is no room for paranoia, just like in real life, trust is always an important thing and trustworthiness something incredibly hard to determine. However, developers are constantly looking for new ways to resolve this burning issue and IBM is currently building a service to help you know who to trust in the Cloud.

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2.   A decrease in security

This myth is something truly ridiculous. There is a popular belief that, since its expansion a few years ago, cloud computing has somehow become less secure. This would involve the idea of hackers and spies constantly undermining it and the team behind a certain service being idle the whole time.

The entire idea is completely illogical and as far from the truth as it gets. It is a fact that every day, developers discover new bugs and potential risky points. By fixing them they make you activities on the cloud evermore safe. This also means that it has never been safer than it is today, with a serious aspiration to become even safer in the future.

3.   Unsecure location of the data

Some people believe that the only thing that gives their data some form of security is that they have control over the place in which they had stored it. Unfortunately, this is also untrue. Even if data is in the most private corner of your own hard drive, any outside traffic can expose it. This is why it is even safer for you to store it in the cloud, but to enhance its security by using a reliable remote login software. Doing this is the only sensible step towards securing your most private data.

4.   Cloud security team is understaffed

There is a common belief that because of its enormous size, the cloud is nearly impossible to maintain properly. There are also numerous incorrect speculations about how cloud security teams are horribly understaffed. The truth is that cloud is a network like any other and is therefore not impossible to maintain. It is as easy or as hard to maintain as any other network there is. As simple as that.

5.   Avoiding the cloud makes you safe

This is probably the most widespread myth there is but is also extremely harmful. The truth is that the desktop only grants you an illusion of security. Because you see no breaching points of your security system, it seems to you completely safe. This false sense of security only makes you relaxed and easier to be deceived. The fact is, that using the cloud to store your invaluable data is often more reliable than storing it on your personal computer.

In the end, just ask yourself why so many massive conglomerates like Google, are all more than willing to entrust their data to the cloud if it is so insecure. Just reflecting deeply on this notion will most probably be enough for you to realize just how secure Cloud actually is and how ridiculous most of these myths sound. Of course, cloud computing is not perfect (nothing is), but it is most definitely at present the optimal data storing option there is.

Written By :- Oscar Waterworth

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