As mentioned in part one of this article there are several stages in which information is stored through a cloud hosting platform that must be protected against data loss and unauthorized access.
The first step is to secure the physical elements of cloud hosting platform as described, however, additional steps involving the architecture and security measures based software to protect not only a platform where data is stored, but also transits and the next point of access allows legitimate users to interact with data. You can browse intergrid.com.au/cloud-hosting.php if you're looking for a cloud hosting service.
Public Cloud Model
Cloud victims, including cloud hosting, can be categorized in terms of the way they are deployed (regardless of whether they are infrastructure, platform or Software as a Service), well as into the Public Cloud, Private Cloud or Hybrid Cloud (a combination of the two).
Many of the differences between public and private cloud security and privacy level ranges rather than technical specifications.
As the name suggests, public cloud using an access point that is accessible on the public network (eg, the Internet), a public network to transfer information and sharing clustered cloud servers to store information.
Basically anyone can 'knocking on doors' of cloud services, trying to intercept the information in transit and potentially share its server resources.
For organizations dealing with very sensitive data, however, they may demand more restrictions on who may try to access cloud services, network and share it using a cloud server.
In particular, some organizations will be governed by rules requiring that they maintain control of the data in which they are responsible.