Posted by aionol | 24 DEC 2017

Your Public Cloud Is Hacked – What NOT To Do – Part 2

The cloud is a safe place to store data on the whole. If your cloud provider is like Iono, then your information will be secure through the use of smart STM solutions. However, breaches in security do happen, and in this, the second part of our 2 part special, we take a good look at what […]

The cloud is a safe place to store data on the whole.

If your cloud provider is like Iono, then your information will be secure through the use of smart STM solutions.

However, breaches in security do happen, and in this, the second part of our 2 part special, we take a good look at what you shouldn’t do.

If you missed Part 1 click here.

Don’t Start Pointing Fingers

There is no point in playing the blame game. Even if you find the person responsible, their embarrassment and shame will not change the fact that you have been attacked. Instead, deal with the issue discretely and focus on finding the holes in the system and how to fix them.

Your Public Cloud Is Hacked - What NOT To Do

Your Public Cloud Is Hacked – What NOT To Do

Don’t Look Desperate or Apologize

It is important to let the data owners know their information have been compromised. Especially if we are talking about personal and sensitive data such as social security numbers or credit card details. But don’t overdo it.

Publishing multiple press releases and over-explaining the event will make you appear to be panicked and desperate.

Keep a cool head, make you point, and then move on. Your customers will too.

It is best to avoid the situation of a data breach all together.

Iono Inc.’s STM solution ensures the security and safety of your data in the cloud.

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