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Oracle Cloud Native SCCA Landing Zone

June 22, 2023

Oracle Cloud Native SCCA Landing Zone
The purpose of Secure Cloud Computing Architecture (SCCA), as stated by DISA, is to provide a scalable, costeffective approach to securing cloud-based programs under a common security architecture. This framework provides you, as a mission owner, a consistent level of security that enables the use of commercially available Cloud Service Offerings (CSO) for hosting DoD mission applications operating at all DoD Information System Impact Levels (i.e., IL2, IL4, IL5, and IL6).

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FreshBooks

FreshBooks is the 1 cloud accounting specialist for small business owners. Since 2004, over 5 million people have used FreshBooks to track time, organize expenses and invoice clients online and in the cloud. We're a small team working towards a common goal: building a kick-ass cloud accounting application to help small businesses better manage their finances. Known for extraordinary customer service and based in Toronto, Canada, FreshBooks serves paying customers in over 120 countries.

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An Introduction To Securing a Cloud Environment

whitePaper | April 30, 2022

While Cloud services offer flexibility, scalability and economies of scale, there have beencommensurate concerns about security. As more data moves from centrally located server storage to the Cloud, the potential for personal and private data to be compromised will increase.

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Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud Customer Solution Brief

whitePaper | June 15, 2022

According to IDC, the Dedicated Cloud Infrastructure-as-aService (DCIaaS) market will grow revenues by more than 100x over the next five years. In another IDC survey, 61% of enterprise respondents indicated that they have migrated workloads to dedicated cloud services or onpremises infrastructure.

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The Trellix Approach to Effective Cloud Security

whitePaper | October 27, 2022

In many ways, the cloud1 is more secure than a traditional data center. Asset management, inventory, audit logging, two-factor access controls, connectivity redundancy and firewalls are built into the cloud provider platform. Servers are easier to patch and won’t become outdated within a few years; there aren’t any forgotten boxes sitting in a dark corner with a note reading, “DO NOT TURN OFF.” However, assets on the cloud continue to be compromised, just as those stored in traditional data centers.

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Cloud-Native Ransomware – How attacks on availability leverage cloud services

whitePaper | December 13, 2022

Ransomware is a financially motivated crime with the goal of inhibiting business systems and obtaining a ransom payment. Historically, ransoming data residing in traditional on-premises enterprise workloads and government systems have resulted in ample financial gain for assailants using ransomware attacks.

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IBM Cloud for VMware Cloud Foundation

whitePaper | May 12, 2022

VMware Cloud Foundation provides a ubiquitous hybrid cloud platform for both traditional enterprise apps and modern apps. Based on a proven and comprehensive software-defined stack including VMware Cloud Foundation with VMware Tanzu, VMware vSAN, VMware NSX-T Data Center, and VMware vRealize Suite, VMware Cloud Foundation provides a complete set of software-defined services for compute, storage, network security, Kubernetes management, and cloud management. The result is agile, reliable, efficient cloud infrastructure that offers consistent operations across private and public clouds.

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Who Owns Security in the Cloud?

whitePaper | September 27, 2022

Businesses once doubted the long-term benefits of moving their traditional, on-premises workloads to the cloud. But those doubts didn’t last long. The ROI of cloud migration was realized quickly and decisively. Businesses eagerly shifted their workloads to the cloud and realized the financial benefits of doing so. However, in the rush to the cloud, clarity on security — and who is responsible for it — is often lost.

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FreshBooks

FreshBooks is the 1 cloud accounting specialist for small business owners. Since 2004, over 5 million people have used FreshBooks to track time, organize expenses and invoice clients online and in the cloud. We're a small team working towards a common goal: building a kick-ass cloud accounting application to help small businesses better manage their finances. Known for extraordinary customer service and based in Toronto, Canada, FreshBooks serves paying customers in over 120 countries.

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