Migration and adoption of public cloud are key to accomplishing the security imperative today since public cloud services have more advanced protection than on-prem solutions and they include a new set of features and protocols for authorizing applications and identity services.
It is very important to keep usernames and passwords protected, and access to business data as well. One of the examples is a form of secure login called context-aware login which enables admins to set different access policies for users – for example when there is a suspicious login, then users can be challenged to provide a phone number or some other information related to their account.
MFA or multifactor-authentication can be enforced with security keys or mobile phones, and with Google Chrome you can check whether your usernames and passwords are compromised. We also have some recommendations regarding identity providers, so check out the video to learn more about examples of easy security in the public cloud.
As you already may know, we are developing UseWise applications with features that will automate your work processes even more and take care of your business security. Our plan is to integrate the capability for users to check whether there is a leaked password for their account and give recommendations and instructions on how to improve their account safety. Let us know if you have any questions regarding public cloud security or browse through our YouTube channel where we have lots of videos dedicated to this topic.