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8/25/2019 | 8:17:06 AM
Much easier than identified in the post
During the inception of the cloud, it has become extremely easy to extract information from company servers. I do think the problem is with visibility into all aspects of the network and cloud are not being performed. that is an extremely daunting task where users have private accounts business accounts and all these various accounts have multi-factor authentication, they give the user the ability to share data amongst cloud providers without having a demarcation point or have a clear separate data structure where VDI is used to protect sensitive data (think of how the nuclear scientist process radioactive material). You don't have to to be a hacker to do this oh, it is becoming commonplace for corporate employees to save data to external cloud repositories and then use that information at another site. That's a major problem if the data is classified. They really need to look into creating a way similar to the nuclear industry where the information is stored in a central place and can only be modified in that place, also use a two-person authentication mechanism to validate access to sensitive material (physists use this method, we could employ this strategy). T


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