CyberScale Services

Cloud Security Configuration Reviews

Cloud providers operate a “Shared Security” model.  Many organisations do not realise that not all aspects of cloud security are down to the cloud provider, nor what is required of them.

As a company specialising in cyber security, CyberScale can help to ensure that moving your services to the cloud improves your security and reduces your risk – not the other way round.

Is cloud computing safer?

There’s hardly a business today that doesn’t utilise cloud services in some way, but configuring security in the cloud isn’t the same as when you’re hosting your own services.

Cloud providers like Microsoft, Amazon, Google and others are responsible for datacentres, infrastructure and other key elements of security.  Their customers (i.e. your business and others like yours) are responsible for the configuration and settings of the services they use.

Most cloud providers will provide you with a set of best practices for how to configure your settings securely.  This is fine for those who are technically minded, but can be a challenge for those who are not. If you’re relying on an IT support company, cyber security in the cloud isn’t always within their remit – or experience.  You can’t just assume that it is and your cloud-based services are secure.    

As cyber security specialists, we will help you understand your cloud security responsibilities by explaining how well you’re doing now, where you are at risk, and what you need to do to improve. 

Whatever cloud services you rely on, we will break everything down into simple steps and will avoid using technical jargon, so you can rest assured you are in safe hands. 

Microsoft office 365

Office 365 is the no.1 business productivity tool for business.  Many businesses rely on it for their email, business applications (Word, Excel etc.), file sharing (Sharepoint & OneDrive) and team communication with Microsoft Teams.

Our cloud security configuration reviews for Office 365 are based on Microsoft security best practices and leverage the Secure Score tool to evaluate and improve your Office 365 security.


google g suite

If G Suite from Google is your business tool of choice, we’ll help you work through the G Suite Security best practices to keep your data secure.  Without the correct configuration settings in place, your GMail, Google Drive and Google Docs are susceptible to Business Email Compromise (BEC), Phishing Attacks and other threats.


amazon web services (S3 & EC2)

Some organisations also leverage services from Amazon Web Services (AWS) for computing capacity or additional storage.  Many data breaches and leaks have stemmed from insecure S3 “buckets”.

We will review your AWS cloud security and associated settings (S3 & EC2) in line with Amazon best practices to identify those areas requiring improvement.

cloud-based business applications

Many businesses, large and small, rely on a multitude of cloud-based applications to run various aspects of their business.  Whether you’re using cloud-based applications to manage tasks, communicate with your teams, share files or manage your social media pages, your business has shared responsibility for cloud security.  We’ll help you understand the steps you need to take to keep your business and customer data secure.

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