8 May, 2015
4 Cloud Computing Security Myths Debunked
When many executives hear “cloud computing,” they envision those highly permeable clouds that their business jets enter, traverse, and exit without incident.
They assume that attackers move through clouds just as easily as a 747, and they fear losing their jobs after a high-profile data breach. In everyday language, “cloud” suggests something porous, and the word “cloudy” means murky and nebulous. The very term, in addition to the complexity of subjects like virtualization, makes cloud computing a tough concept for non-IT people.