Cyber-attacks continue to increase at a rapid pace, and safeguarding your SMBs’ business-critical data from these threats has never been more difficult. Many businesses that have applications running in cloud believe that if their data resides in the cloud, then it’s safe.
Unfortunately, when it comes to security in the public cloud, vendors like AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform are only responsible for the security of the cloud—not what’s in it. This means MSPs and their customers are responsible for any of their data, applications, operating systems, and network and firewall configurations that reside in a public cloud. This is called the shared responsibility model.