Saving documents, photos, videos and reports on a computer’s hard drive has become a thing of the past, hasn’t it?
Nowadays people save files in the cloud– storage space not located in their computers or devices but on servers hosted by third-party providers.
To name a few positives of storing data and files in the cloud:
- You won’t mess up your computer.
- Even If your laptop, tablet or smartphone crashes/gets lost, you’ll still have access to your files.
- Bonus: It will take you a long time to ever use up all the space offered by your cloud provider.
At the same time you might be skeptical about data protection and potential data loss. You might worry that videos, photos and reports might be vulnerable to data breach and hackers who could break into your space.
But you don’t need to worry– why?
Because, everything stored in the cloud is more secure than files, images and videos stored on your own devices!
Thanks to Cloud Security Engineers:
Cloud Security Engineers specialize in providing security for cloud-based digital platforms and play an integral role in protecting an organization’s data. This may involve analyzing existing cloud structures and creating new and enhanced security methods. Cloud Security Engineers also continuously improve cloud networks and cloud-based systems.
But, to meet the worldwide demand, it is estimated that the cybersecurity workforce needs to grow by 145% !!
Get started today with security engineering in the cloud by understanding key risk mitigation and response tactics to potential threats such as DDoS attacks or phishing with the Security Engineer Learning Path. Learn how to develop, implement, and monitor an organization’s security infrastructure to protect sensitive information against cybercrime and secure the cloud!
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