In this episode of "Status Go," cybersecurity expert Stan Smith debunks the myth that the cloud is not secure, providing valuable insights and expert guidance on assessing and controlling access levels, conducting effective training, and strengthening your organization's cybersecurity posture.
NIST is helping organizations develop and implement effective cybersecurity programs through its five functional pillars: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover.
At a high level, the AWS business solutions can be broken out into four foundational services: Savings, Security, Compliance and DRaaS Development Operations.
Cloud, Cloud, Cloud! It's everywhere and everyone wants to get to it. But where is it? What is it? And why does everyone want to get there so fast?
Working with a cloud service provider like Amazon Web Services (AWS) can help significantly lower your operating costs. But it is important to make sure you are getting the most savings available.
Cloud Service Providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) are not directly regulated by HIPAA and HITECH, however they do need to meet strict federal data-security standards that align with the HIPAA Security Rule.
Simply put, the term "cloud computing" refers to data processing services delivered by technology providers through the Internet.
Cybersecurity in the cloud is a concern to the healthcare industry, so partners must know the industry to minimize risk.
Businesses turn to DRaaS to ensure cloud resiliency from disruptions; harnessing the cloud in times of an outage. Geo-diversity is one of several factors that harden organizations' resiliency. Read more ...