Security in a cloud world: Go multifactor

Security in a cloud world: Go multifactor

“Cloud computing is typically described with terms like “software as a service” (SaaS), “infrastructure as a service” (IaaS), and “platform as a service” (PaaS), but we’ve seen an explosion of the use of “aaS” to describe just about anything and everything as a service: communication, training, data, storage, and so on.

As I’ve previously written, Microsoft is fully focused on “aaS,” even stating that it won’t develop anything as an on-premises-only product going forward. Whether or not they like it, IT admins will be dealing with the cloud in their core work.”

Multi factor authentication is going to be one of the only ways to deliver a secure digital transaction in the future.

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Roger Smith, is an educator. Teaching students at ADFA (UNSW) and showing them how vulnerable they are to cybercrime.

He is also CEO at R & I ICT Consulting Services Pty Ltd, an Amazon #1 author on Cybercrime and founder of the SME Security Framework. He is a Consultant who specialises in inexpensive and highly effective security strategies for small and medium businesses and not for profit organisations.

He has developed and authored the SME Security Framework and the Security Policy Training Course which are considered to be the definitive guides to helping SME's protect their organisation using the principles of Technology, Management, Adaptability and Compliance.