Trusting one's cloud provider remains a major deterrent to adoption, but there are ways to confirm that a provider is operating in good faith. The cloud is similar to the physical data center in that the same perimeter, system, and data protection mechanisms we've come to rely upon. But, even with traditional protection mechanisms in place, the most significant challenge that remains with cloud computing is answering the question: How can I trust the cloud provider with my environment and my data?
In the article, I take a brief look at: - Log Integrity - Storage Integrity - Operating Integrity
Read the full article at SC Magazine.
Article by: Sean Martin, CISSP