There are! If you think about it, the risks are the same as in a traditional IT environment. What are they storing in your cloud? Does it have any malware embedded in it? If so, how deep is it embedded? How granular are your filtering and antimalware technologies, and how often are they updated? And who is being allowed into your environment? Is the customer responsible for authentication and authorization or are you? If credentials are not kept up to date, unauthorized access could be an issue.
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