Did you know that in 2013 alone, almost half of the enterprises in the U.S. lost data in the cloud? This is often because of poor data delivery methods and a lack of data loss prevention solutions.
But it could also be because of hackers. Security breaches are not unique to just companies in the U.S. — the government experiences these digital intrusions on a daily basis.
The problem is that all companies have perhaps millions of data flowing in and out of their databases daily. Without a secure file transfer service, a reverse proxy server, and file audit software, it can be hard to protect this information from hackers.
These measures alone are not enough though. Here are a few more things y