Artificial intelligence (AI) is driving cloud computing by enabling intelligent automation, predictive analytics, enhanced security, natural language interactions, intelligent data management, and the integration of AI with edge computing. These advancements are transforming the cloud computing landscape, improving efficiency, reliability, and user experience in cloud-based services. Infoworld brought the risk aspects of this subject to the fore in their article, “The Unhappy Reality of Cloud Security in 2023.”
Cloud computing also comes with specific security risks. It’s essential for organizations to be aware of these risks and take appropriate measures to mitigate them. One of the most significant concerns with cloud computing is the potential for data breaches. If the cloud provider’s security measures are insufficient or if users don’t adequately secure their data, malicious actors may gain unauthorized access to sensitive information.
In addition, cloud providers use shared infrastructure to serve multiple clients. If a vulnerability is discovered in the shared infrastructure, it may expose all users to potential security risks.
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Melody K. Smith
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