Compliance requirements applied in organization's information, regardless of where is stored, so the regulators and auditors expect the same level of access control for data stored in the cloud as that for on premise data. Hi. I'm Alison Main, Product Marketing for Identity Access Management Solutions at Dell Software.
As you move more of your information to the cloud, you could also be shifting that data out from under the protective umbrella of internal controls and technologies you've built over the years, and that can leave you vulnerable to a variety of compliance risks, including increased cost of each new cloud, availability issues, a return to multiple user accounts, and redundant groups, and a loss of control over entitlements, and a loss of audit capability.
The new white paper from Dell Software titled "Securing Access to Cloud Entitlements to Satisfy Compliance" identifies the risks you could face if you don't ensure that compliance controls extend to the data you might migrate to the cloud and outlines the best practices for integrating cloud resources into your Microsoft Active Directory infrastructure. Or you can use the same controls you'd refine for managing internal resources to secure entitlements in the cloud.
So download the white paper now and learn how easy it is it can be to extend your on premise Active Directory protections in the cloud.