Cloud Security Services

Secure data and business applications in the cloud with a comprehensive set of guidelines and services.

The Importance of Cloud Security

All companies face security risks, threats and challenges every day. As more and more organizations move their operations and data to the cloud, security becomes increasingly important to protect against cyber threats such as data breaches, ransomware attacks and other forms of malicious activity.

Implementing a robust cloud security framework can help better protect your cloud assets and minimize the negative impact on your organization’s operations, reputation and assets.

A comprehensive cloud security framework provides you with greater agility, flexibility and cost savings, while also improving security posture and compliance with regulatory requirements. By leveraging cloud security solutions, you can better protect your data, applications and infrastructure from cyber threats and data breaches. 

Why Embrace a Cloud Security Framework?


Cloud security allows you to scale security resources to meet your changing needs – without having to invest in expensive hardware or software.

Cost Savings

Cloud security solutions can reduce the costs associated with managing and maintaining security infrastructure, as well as help avoid the costs of potential data breaches and cyberattacks.

Flexibility & Speed

Gain flexibility in deployment options and implement solutions rapidly to respond to threats and incidents faster. Easily integrate with other security tools and services.


Monitor and manage security resources remotely from anywhere and access security information and alerts in real time.

Adastra’s Cloud Security Framework

Adastra’s cloud security framework includes a range of tailored security controls, processes and procedures addressing unique cloud security challenges.

IAM Controls

Identity and Access Management (IAM) controls help ensure that only authorized users have access to data and applications in your cloud environment. This may include authentication mechanisms such as multi-factor authentication, Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) and Privileged Access Management (PAM).

Data Protection

Data protection controls help prevent unsafe or unauthorized use, sharing or transfer of sensitive data that resides in the cloud. These controls may include encryption, data backup and recovery and Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technologies to protect data from unauthorized access, theft or loss.

Network Security

Cloud network security controls are designed to protect data, applications and resources deployed in the cloud from cyber threats, as well as the traffic flowing between the cloud and the network. They include technologies such as firewalls, Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention Systems (IDS/IPS).

Incident Response

Incident response plans help your team respond quickly and effectively to security incidents in the cloud environment. This may include procedures for detecting and investigating incidents, as well as communication protocols for notifying stakeholders and responding to incidents.

Compliance Controls

Compliance controls ensure you are meeting regulatory requirements and industry standards for security and data protection in the cloud. We help you implement cloud security controls that boost your compliance with industry regulations such as GDPR, HIPAA and PCI.

Vulnerability Identification

Adastra’s vulnerability identification services can help you identify potential vulnerabilities in your cloud-based systems and business applications that could be exploited by attackers, such as software bugs, misconfigurations, outdated software, weak passwords and more.

Explore More Cloud Enablement Solutions

As a premium partner to AWS, GCP and Azure, Adastra can help you modernize your IT environment and achieve your transformation goals.

Embrace a structured, holistic approach to cloud adoption to minimize risks and maximize your ROI.
Seamlessly migrate to the cloud without disruptions to your operations.
Keep your data and business applications secure in the cloud.
Make your costs predictable and maximize the return on your cloud investments.
Keep your business running—no matter what happens.

Cloud Infrastructure

Leverage the power of cloud infrastructure to make your business more agile and innovative.

Frequently Asked Questions

“Data at rest” refers to data that is stored or saved in a storage device, such as a hard drive, solid-state drive, flash drive or tape backup. This data — such as files, documents, databases and emails — is not actively being transmitted or processed and is in a static or idle state.

Protecting data at rest is important for maintaining the confidentiality, integrity and availability of sensitive information. Implementing security measures such as data encryption, access controls and regular backups helps ensure that data remains secure and protected from unauthorized access or loss in the event of a security breach, theft or other disaster.

“Data in transit” refers to data that is actively being transmitted or moved between two or more endpoints, such as between computers, servers and mobile devices or over a network.

Examples of data in transit include emails, instant messages, file transfers and online transactions.

Data must be protected during transmission because it is vulnerable to interception or tampering. Encryption technologies, such as SSL/TLS, can secure communications and prevent unauthorized access or interception by third parties. Other security measures to prevent cyberattacks and data breaches during data transmission include firewalls and intrusion detection and prevention systems.

Meet Your Unique Cloud Security Challenges

Contact Adastra today to start protecting your organization with a robust cloud security framework.