INCA Networks And Cloud Security

The cloud is a popular topic within the work and tech sphere. Private, public and hybrid architectures give companies the flexibility and agility they need to efficiently process and keep track of data and output and make the most of their workforce.

Businesses have been quick to latch onto the trend in recent years, opening up their digital infrastructure to vulnerabilities in the process. The cloud requires the same approach to cyber security as traditional IT environments and should be evaluated consistently to identify exploits before attackers can.

Shared drives have revolutionised how businesses operate, allowing employees to share information and workflows instantaneously through the cloud. Given the type of sensitive information stored on SharePoint, OneDrive and Exchange, it also makes the web service a high-value target for attackers.

Securing this data is a critical responsibility that organisations can achieve by working in tandem with Microsoft, and through taking full advantage of the security tools at their disposal. Our shared drive assessment helps companies align their security posture with industry best practices.

Cloud Security Assessments


Cyber security concerns don’t disappear when business data moves to the cloud.

Hybrid, public and private cloud architectures all present unique challenges when it comes to protecting sensitive information from attackers and maintaining compliance with all types of regulations.

Cloud readiness assessments help businesses assess the various risks associated with moving workloads off premises, and cloud security assessments evaluate their existing architecture and policies.

INCA Networks identifies the most affordable and efficient cloud migration strategy or cloud security strategy to align your company’s specific needs and objectives with a security-driven approach.


What is shared responsibility and why should I care about it?

Cloud cyber security is a shared responsibility model between a vendor and its customer concerning compliance. Providers are responsible for protecting and maintaining the infrastructure that cloud services reside on; customers are accountable for the security of the data and applications that live on the cloud. Failure to take the steps to securing your cloud infrastructure would hold your business accountable in the instance of a data breach