Richer than sasguru
A system or component relying on obscurity may have theoretical or actual security vulnerabilities, but its owners or designers believe that if the flaws are not known, that will be sufficient to prevent a successful attack. Security experts have rejected this view as far back as 1851.
Patiently waiting for the much publicised and feared Brexit Doom.....
"To Learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticise"- Voltaire
I live on CUK
You would be better of spending your time of here and networking in person with real people so you can discuss things like security.
"You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR
Fingers like lightning
I'd hate to be the person who recommended a cloud solution if the data got hacked in some way, a bit like the old adage that no-one got sacked for recommending IBM. Anyone specced out a system using RethinkDB which folded at the end of last year?
Cloud is the future and is probably more secure than the majority of in-house systems, but if the security is breached it will be the fact that some idiot decided to put it in the cloud that will be the hot topic.
Contractor Among Contractors
And the lord said unto John; "come forth and receive eternal life." But John came fifth and won a toaster.