The recent and unfortunate case of Amazon S3 data exposure drew our attention, once again, to some of the potential risks of data handling even cloud storage can not prevent. An analysis conducted by Rapid7 revealed that a misconfiguration issue left nearly 2000 S3 buckets exposed. Including potentially sensitive data.
We can see from that example that accidents can happen even when companies like Amazon look after your data. This is not to say you should quit using cloud services. They usually do provide a great and highly secure way for data storage and handling. But there are some extra measures you could, and should take to protect your data stored in the cloud.Read More