Proxios Releases the Best Practices for Cloud Security in New White Paper

The comprehensive security layers in the Proxios cloud infrastructure are revealed, as well as additional security measures every organization should implement.

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(PRWEB) April 03, 2014

Proxios released a new white paper that outlines the best practices for securing your IT infrastructure when moving to the cloud.

While the cloud offers significant business advantages, if it is not secured properly it can result in substantial damage. That’s why Proxios is helping organizations understand the best ways for the cloud provider and cloud service customer to maintain the highest level of security.

A cloud service provider should have numerous security layers in a cloud infrastructure including: Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), virus and malware audits, full patching and audits, multiple firewalling layers, DMZs and more. Also, the datacenter itself should have multiple levels of physical security.

Each cloud customer should implement security precautions from each endpoint device. A structured security training program for each individual business can help address “social engineering” threats, which are elaborate tricks used to gain access to a company’s systems.

To learn how Proxios helps maintain the highest level of security in the cloud, read the “Securing the Proxios Cloud” whitepaper

About Proxios
Proxios, a pioneer in cloud computing technology since 1999, offers businesses a full range of IT services on a subscription basis including application hosting and VOIP phone systems. Proxios hosts proprietary and third-party software, delivering your desktop to your office, home or mobile device. Proxios is headquartered in Richmond, Virginia serving customers across the United States and Canada. For more information visit: http://www.proxios.com


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