- Use a strong, unique password for your cloud account and enable two-factor authentication (2FA) if it is available. This will help protect your account from unauthorised access even if your password is compromised.
- Enable encryption for your data. Many cloud providers offer options for encrypting data at rest and in transit, which can help protect your data from unauthorised access.
- Use access controls to limit who has access to your data. This can help prevent unauthorised access to your data by limiting access to only those who need it. You can also use tools like security groups and network ACLs to further restrict access to your data.
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