The move to cloud computing has accelerated rapidly in recent years, and there’s no slowdown on the horizon. Organizations are moving their infrastructure, including mission-critical systems, out of their direct control and onto platforms that are delivered and supported by cloud service providers (CSP). When we consider the value of the data that’s being processed and stored in the cloud, this is a move that might have seemed impossible, or at least very improbable, not so long ago.
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Haber, M.J., Chappell, B., Hills, C. (2022). Cloud Computing. In: Cloud Attack Vectors. Apress, Berkeley, CA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-8236-6_2
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