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Security Performance Availability Hard to integrate with in-house IT Not enough ability to customize Worried on-demand will cost more Bringing back in-house may be difficult Regulatory requirements prohibit cloud Not enough major suppliers yet 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 63.1% 63.1% 61.1% 55.8% 50.4% 50.0% 49.2% 44.3% 50% 60% 70%
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Figure 4.1 Results of IDC s 2009 annual survey of enterprise IT executives regarding concerns about adopting cloud computing for their core applications. Security has remained the top concern for the past three years.
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polls enterprise IT executives about their concerns about cloud computing, security continues to be their number-one concern and impediment toward moving to the cloud. You can see the IDC survey s results from 2009 in figure 4.1. Current cloud offerings are public (rather than private) networks, exposing the system to more attacks. You also have requirements for auditability from regulations like Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) for affected data to be moved to the cloud. We believe that no fundamental obstacles exist to making a cloud-computing environment as secure as the vast majority of in-house IT environments. You can overcome many of the obstacles immediately with well-understood technologies, such as encrypted storage, virtual local area networks (VLANs), and standard network security tools, such as firewalls and packet filters. For example, encrypting data before placing it in a cloud may be even more secure than using unencrypted data in a local data center. A healthcare company with access to sensitive patient records and healthcare claims successfully used this approach when moving its HIPAA-compliant application to a public cloud. Similarly, auditability can be added as an additional layer beyond the reach of the virtualized guest operating system (OS), providing facilities more secure than those built into the applications themselves and centralizing the software responsibilities related to confidentiality and auditability into a single logical layer. Such a new feature reinforces the argument that cloud computing can and will provide more security than any one corporation will know how to implement or can afford.
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A related concern is that many nations have laws requiring SaaS providers to keep customer data and copyrighted material within national boundaries. Similarly, some businesses may not like the ability of a country to get access to their data via the court system; for example, a European customer may be concerned about using SaaS in the United States, given the USA PATRIOT Act. Let s begin by examining current state-of-the-art public cloud data-center security. In the next three sections, you ll learn about data-center security, access-control measures, and network and data security applied to public clouds.
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Security of the major cloud data centers begins with the physical security of the data centers that providers use to house their computing equipment.
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Companies such as Google, Microsoft, Intuit, Yahoo!, Amazon, and many other huge data-center operators have years of experience in designing, constructing, and operating large-scale data centers. They have applied this experience to their companies cloud platforms and infrastructure. The state of the art in physical security is to house these data centers in nondescript facilities (security by obscurity) with extensive setback and military-grade perimeter control berms as well as other natural boundary protection. Frequently, these buildings are in residential neighborhoods with no signage or markings, making them extra obscure. Physical access is strictly controlled both at the perimeter and at building ingress points by professional security staff utilizing video surveillance, state-of-the-art intrusion detection systems, and other electronic means. Authorized staff have to use two-factor authentication no fewer than three times to access data-center floors. Typically, all visitors and contractors have to present identification and sign in. They re continually escorted by authorized staff. Cloud companies are going way beyond what even financial services company data centers do by putting their servers into fortified bunkers that easily outdo anything seen in spy movies. Salesforce.com s Fort Knox data center boasts round-the-clock security patrols, five levels of biometric hand-geometry scanners, and even man-trap cages designed to spring on those without the proper clearances. Figure 4.2 shows some of these physical security measures.
Figure 4.2 Physical security at state-of-the-art data centers includes perimeter security (razor wire), biometric authentication (palm reader), and access control (man trap).
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