THE WATCHDOG CLOUD
CLOUD SECURITY SIMPLIFIED
The use of a cloud-based cybersecurity strategy for businesses offers more benefits than traditional security strategies, especially if their network is cloud-based.
The WatchDog Cloud gives businesses the innovation to simplify a resilient solution that will grow and adapt as a company’s needs change. DevilDog combines business acumen, integrated technology services and intuitive solutions that gives organizations the ability to flourish.
Our WatchDog Cloud provides multiple turn-key solutions for organizations looking to migrate their business to the cloud. Our cloud simplifies compliance with cybersecurity controls to meet regulatory protocols.
Cloud technology provides convenient access to data anywhere, anytime, on any device. DevilDog goes to great lengths to make ensure data and operations in the cloud are secure.
- Amazon Web Services
- Microsoft Azure
- Google Cloud Platform
- IBM Softlayer
WHY CHOOSE THE WATCHDOG CLOUD?
Benefits of Cloud-Based Cybersecurity
1. Threat Detection in Present Time
Malware and viruses are identified more rapidly when using a cloud-based cybersecurity strategy. Network monitoring and analysis are typically done in real-time. Threats to the network can be rapidly identified and measures can be immediately implemented to localize and contain the threat.
2. Security Updates / Upgrades
Cloud-based cybersecurity strategies ensure that networks remain constantly up to date with the latest security updates and upgrades. Updates and upgrades are deployed immediately when available across the entire network and end-user devices, ensuring no vulnerabilities can be exploited.
3. Mobile Devices
Mobile devices such as laptops and notebooks pose the greatest risk to a network infrastructure as they are used in several network environments. With a cloud-based cybersecurity strategy, mobile devices connected to the business network are closely monitored for security threats. Controls can be put in place to restrict the access of mobile devices to specific parts of the network.
Five Characteristics of Cloud Computing
With a public cloud environment, users “plug into” the data and applications via an internet connection giving anytime, anywhere access.
Cloud is often pay-as-you-go, where you only pay for what you use. Think about how a utility company meters how much water, electricity, or gas is used and charges based on consumption. The cloud is the same.
Services can be requested and provisioned quickly, without the need for manual setup and configuration.
Shared Resource Pooling
Cloud often uses the multi-tenancy model. This means a single application is shared among several users. So, rather than creating a copy of the application for each user, several users, or “tenants” can configure the application to their specific needs.
Cloud platforms are elastic. An organization can scale its resource usage levels up or down quickly and easily as needs change.