Computing as a Service - Securing Enterprise Cloud

In this paper security in the enterprise class cloud is explored. Various components of security have been put in place for the enterprise class cloud. This paper outlines Verizon's layered security model—a philosophy around which the cloud computing platform, Computing as a Service (CaaS), is designed—and details the various elements that make up the secure cloud infrastructure.

Verizon Mar 18th 2011

No. of Pages: 8

Size (KBs): 891

Summary:

In this paper security in the enterprise class cloud is explored. Various components of security have been put in place for the enterprise class cloud. This paper outlines Verizon's layered security model—a philosophy around which the cloud computing platform, Computing as a Service (CaaS), is designed—and details the various elements that make up the secure cloud infrastructure.

At Verizon, we believe security is the number one concern for enterprises moving to the cloud. We developed our cloud services so our customers could feel as secure about our cloud environment as we do. Our cloud computing services not only address your very real security concerns, but deliver high levels of reliability and end user control. Our cloud computing solution for the enterprise incorporates security at every layer—from the data center, infrastructure, connectivity, customer portal, and customer-provisioned resources.

In this paper security in the enterprise class cloud is explored. Various components of security have been put in place for the enterprise class cloud. This paper outlines Verizon's layered security model—a philosophy around which the cloud computing platform, Computing as a Service (CaaS), is designed—and details the various elements that make up the secure cloud infrastructure.

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