It’s a nightmare scenario for any organisation – a public cloud hack, leaving your data open and vulnerable. Luckily public cloud hacks are rare, but if the worst does happen, what should you do? And, can you prevent data breaches from happening in the first place?
Utilising the public cloud for your organisation can have a number of benefits – it’s quick to set up and often offers impressive cost effectiveness, with no long-term contracts or internal management required. The public cloud can help your organisation become more agile, innovative and ultimately efficient.
What should a business do in the immediate aftermath of a hack, and how should they respond in preventing further attacks?