• October 18, 2013

Cloud Security 101: How to Never Lose a File Again

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Cloud Security 101: How to Never Lose a File Again

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Cloud Security at Trapp Technology

So what is your biggest fear? For many, it’s losing irreplaceable files that reside on your computers, mobile devices, or servers. We can sync our mobiles to our computers and manually backup onto hard drives – or we can use the cloud and never worry about syncing again.

With traditional cloud computing services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and the like, all your files, photos, videos and other data are automatically backed up on to a storage server that is managed by the cloud provider. You don’t have to worry about manually backing up your data in fear of a crash, or panic when you misplace your USB drive before a big meeting — everything is accessible on all of your devices.

All of your stuff is in the cloud — an off-site data storage that you and other authorized users can use to share files easily. With the off site location comes a decreased risk in security breaches like hackers, viruses, or physical security incidents. The cloud is the safest storage technology available, while remaining partially public.

Strict server security ensures your critical data’s integrity. Our data center utilizes Terminal Services technology and non-typical external ports to provide extremely secure hosting and access of your financial data.

Utilizing scalable Cisco ASA 5520 Adaptive Security Appliances with built-in world class firewall, unified communication security, VPN, intrusion prevention (IPS) and content security services, My Accounting Cloud provides an ironclad defense system against unauthorized access.

Dedicated Servers

Every night there’s an automated nightly backup, along with additional backups on a rolling seven-day basis.

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Here’s why the security we provide is fundamentally different and here are some of the things we do to protect your data: It starts with our advanced, standards-compliant encryption. This protects your data both when it’s actually in the cloud and also when it’s being moved across the internet.

Your cloud is hosted on a server at data centers where people have to display both an ID badge and a biometric scan for physical access. Multiple firewalls are deployed along with twenty-four hour monitoring. Our hardware modules give you a virtual lockbox inside a safe. To access this private lockbox, you have a password-secured login. It’s your own dedicated cloud server.



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