Leading cloud companies true levels of security

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Cloud Backup
Data security breaches
Mobile data security
After being burned by JustCloud.com and their horrible ways of conducting business, I am curious to know if there is some report, or database, or comprehensive review of the true levels of security that the main players in the cloud industry provide, how it is they achieve such levels of security, and how the instruments of data security work (preferably for someone with a knowledge base between a daily user of PCs, Macs, Tablets, and Smartphones and an IT Professional. I know I could investigate company by company but that would take more time than I'm willing to devote. Any suggestions for where to turn?

Software/Hardware used:
Data Cloud Backup of a PC, a Mac, 2 External HDs, an iPad, and an iPhone.

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The firms looking for real cloud security should be using multiauthenticators with 0 digital footprint. The things are nigh impregnible and protect both accounts and data. The next gen tools like www.perfectcloud.io are just a must use at this point.

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  • ToddN2000
    I'm not sure a lot of cloud companies are willing to give up that info. I hear horror stories about breaches in cloud security. I'd be curious if there is a one stop document for all with their ratings.
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  • Genderhayes
    Here to keep the data available accessible I am looking at scalability  cost reductions service level voltage security data protection protects any data before it enter moves throughout the cloud
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  • Kevin Beaver
    Check out the Cloud Security Alliance STAR program. That's a good starting point. Just know that people associated with this program will tell you their environments aren't perfect. The companies with the highest level of "security" can still get hit. There are always oversights, misconceptions, and related people problems that can and will lead to cloud breaches.
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