Many business leaders believe that because all of their data is stored in the cloud, they are fully protected from cyber threats. However, this belief can give them a false sense of cyber security. While the cloud can provide many benefits in terms of data storage and accessibility, it is not completely immune to cyber attacks.

Cloud computing, software as a service (SaaS), and other cloud-based services can be vulnerable to a range of cyber threats, including data breaches, ransomware attacks, and unauthorized access to data. These threats can have serious consequences for businesses, including financial loss, damage to reputation, and disruption to operations.

At North Bridge, we understand the risks associated with cloud computing and work with our clients to help them manage the risk of cyber threats related to the cloud. This includes conducting risk assessments to identify vulnerabilities, providing recommendations for improving security, and implementing technical solutions to enhance security.

We also work with our clients to develop and implement policies and protocols for using cloud-based services, including guidelines for storing and accessing data in the cloud. By partnering with North Bridge, our clients can have peace of mind knowing that their data is secure and that they are taking the necessary steps to protect themselves from cyber threats related to the cloud.