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Logging is also improved It s something that, in-house, usually gets the short end of the stick But in the virtualized world of cloud computing, providers can add as much memory as they need to extend logging
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If there is a breach, the cloud provider can respond to the incident with less downtime than if you had to investigate the breach locally It is easy to build a forensic server online, and it costs almost nothing until it comes into use If there is a problem, the virtual machine can be cloned for easy offline analysis Further, many companies don t have a dedicated in-house incident response team If there is a problem, IT staff have to quickly figure out their new job of taking the server down, quickly investigating, and getting it back online for minimal production downtime
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Even more good news is that security vendors aren t in the dark about this whole cloud thing They are actively developing products that can apply to virtual machines and the cloud Security vendors also have a unique opportunity in the cloud Since it s new ground, there are new opportunities for the vendors who are open-minded enough to imagine them
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As an IT professional, you already know the headache of securing your own local network But when you send your data to the cloud, a whole new set of issues arise This is largely because your data is being stored on someone else s equipment
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The same security issues that your organization deals with are the sorts of issues that SaaS providers face securing the network, hardware issues, applications, and data But compliance adds another level of headache Regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLBA), and HIPAA, and industry standards like the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) make things particularly challenging Prior to SaaS, compliance could be managed by a few tasks: Identify users and access privileges Identify sensitive data Identify where it s located Identify how it is encrypted Document this for auditors and regulators SaaS makes these steps even more complicated If you store compliance-sensitive data with an SaaS provider, it is difficult to know where the data is being stored It could be on the provider s equipment, or it could even be on the equipment of one of the provider s partners
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SaaS brings with it a number of regulations, including PCI DSS Within PCI DSS are regulations for service providers Requirement 128 of PCI mandates that service providers be compliant and contractually acknowledge their responsibility for protecting credit card data The PCI DSS Appendix A goes into even more depth laying out rules and regulations
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Requirement A1 of Appendix A has four subprovisions that regulate how data is maintained by a service provider Let s take a closer look at this appendix
Requirement A11 Unauthorized Exposure The first subsection requires that each client of the provider only has access to their own data The important question to ask is how the SaaS provider s system architecture prevents the unauthorized exposure of data to other subscribers using the same service
Appendix A11 of PCI Requirement 128 mandates that no entity other than your organization be able to view your data
Since cloud providers are in the business of having as many clients as they can get, that means your data could be sitting on a server with another client s data maybe even your competitor s
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Appendix A12 Credential Management This section of Appendix A requires that access controls be held by the service provider and that the controls only allow the client to be able to access that data and to protect the data from others Either the provider can maintain those controls or maintenance can be done by connecting to the client s access management system If the SaaS provider handles access controls, the authentication credentials are stored on the provider s servers While providers generally claim this method is safe and secure, use extra caution If there is a breach at the provider, then not only could your data be compromised, but also your authentication credentials Further, if the provider handles the authentication, you must keep careful control of user accounts If a user leaves your organization, their credentials need to be revoked, and that s easier to do in-house by your own IT staff than by relying on a service provider The best method is to have a direct connection with the company s directory services, like Active Directory or LDAP for authentication to the SaaS Many SaaS vendors offer this service Appendix A13 Logging Logging and audit trails are covered by Appendix A13 This is also mandated by Requirement 10 of PCI Logs and audit trails are used for investigating incidents Appendix A14 Reporting The final relevant portion of the Appendix is Appendix A14 In this section, service providers must provide for timely forensic investigation if there is a breach The SaaS provider s logs are internal and most likely not accessible by clients, so monitoring is nearly impossible Access to logs is required for PCI compliance, and auditors or regulators may request access to them As such, you should be sure to negotiate access to the provider s logs as part of your service agreement
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