When a company migrates its IT infrastructure and services to the cloud (IAAS, PAAS, or SAAS), whether you are aware or not, the company has to be responsible for protecting its own data and applications as well. Cloudsec Asia’s Cloud Security Service assists the company in reducing risks and securing its IT assets on the cloud.

What are some common regulations that customers must be compliance with?

Your organization needs to be compliant with many global regulations. These regulations include HIPPA, PCI DSS, GDPR, ISO/IEC 27001, NIST, NERC, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), and more. In many cases, the same regulations that apply to your on-premises environment also apply to the cloud. However, many regulations relate specifically to your cloud controls.

What is Information Security Risk Assurance and how can the service help?

Organizations are responsible for the data and application store in the cloud platform. CLOUDSEC ASIA services identify flaws or gaps in an organization’s existing security policies, procedures, and controls to help them manage information security risk. By minimizing risks and assessing changing security compliance landscapes, the services assist in the protection of an organization’s data and applications in the cloud. It is critical to implement appropriate security and privacy protections. The services can handle a variety of issues.

  • Risk identification, management, and mitigation
  • Risk assessment as to whether the level of organisations’ cybersecurity investment links to their business objectives
  • Gap analysis as to the current state of organisations’ IS program for improvement
What is CSPM?

Cloud security posture management (CSPM) automates the identification and remediation of risks in cloud infrastructures such as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Software as a Service (Saas), and Platform as a Service (PaaS) (PaaS). Through security assessments and automated compliance monitoring, CSPM tools and services enable organizations to gain and remedy risks. Many organizations wrongly believe that their cloud hosting provider is completely responsible for security after migrating to the cloud. This erroneous belief results in data breaches and other security failures.