Cloud Security: A Shared Responsibility

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Does your organization have a comprehensive cloud strategy?

Does your organization have a comprehensive cloud strategy?

Why move to the cloud

As more organizations and government agencies migrate their data to the cloud, many may not be aware that much of the security responsibility stays with them as the cloud user and not with the provider. In fact, security requirements for content, disaster recovery and backup will not change from the policies that were set for on-premise datacenters.

Some of the benefits to this shared responsibility for organizations and agencies are saving significant costs and relief from the necessity to manage the security of the physical hardware and related infrastructure. However, it also obliges agency IT professionals to maintain closer control over the three pillars of data protection -- backup, security and infrastructure management.

Keeping your data safe and secure

Taken together, these data protection elements allow agencies to rebound more effectively from network incursions, protect critical information and prevent problems from being repeated. To ensure organizations are properly prepared to recover from disasters, the answer is clear: They must test often. Recovery testing at regular intervals must be a best practice of every business.

Moving infrastructure to the cloud will certainly remove the burden of maintaining the physical hardware and network. But only a holistic approach that tears down the traditional silos of backup and recovery, security and infrastructure management will ensure the security of data in the cloud.

Modern Data Protection for your Cloud Security Needs

Cloud Daddy Secure Backup (CDSB) is your partner in defending your data via a three pillar approach to protection, providing many layers of cybersecurity countermeasures you need to be confident that your data is safe.

83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. Make the move securely.

- LogicMonitor


of cloud security failures will be a result of the user, not the cloud provider


— Gartner


of security breaches involve
privileged credentials


— Forrester


of organizations say traditional security solutions don’t work in cloud environments


— Crowd Research Partners

Gain more confidence in your cloud security strategy

With Cloud Daddy’s intelligent threat detection, sophisticated machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) , you can accomplish the goals in your business continuity plan

Complete visibility from a single page

Control rules in all security groups associated with an instance with visibility into all rules that regulate the traffic to or from a given instance.

Generate & Export Firewall Logs

For a selected instance over a given period of time. Export to CSV or syslog format to perform security analytics using various SIEM and UEBA third party solutions for exploit detection.

Trigger Events

Notifications, stop/start of instances, blocking traffic between the instances, AV scans, and more.

Amazon GuardDuty Integration

Extends the functionality of Amazon GuardDuty with a dashboard that visualizes data through the integration of geo-location mapping of alert locations, top threats and malicious IP address diagrams, and provides easy filtering of findings so that action can be taken.

Intelligent Threat Detection

A critical security tool for enterprises in protecting AWS accounts, workloads and ultimately the backup you’ll need for disaster recovery against threats.

Comprehensive Reporting

Cloud Daddy supports a robust set of alerts, notifications, and reports including daily backup job summary, push notifications about backup/restore job completion and email notifications.


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