Recent cloud security survey shows that even though businesses have increased their awareness on security threats, 19% still experienced a data breach, with account hijacking being the top attack method.
Cloud computing has evolved rapidly and brought new risks to cloud security. Companies need to find ways to securely use multiple cloud services and applications.
Most businesses are concerned about cloud security. However, only a few adopted specialized online cloud security capabilities, while the majority were using inappropriate tools.
Survey of nearly 2,000 IT professionals indicates that cloud security has been improving as the need for these services grows, but organizations are still hitting some common stumbling blocks.
In many ways, the benefit of cloud computing is also its main drawback. How can organizations keep their IT environments secure while leveraging the full benefits of a cloud-native approach?
IT and security decision-makers need to prepare for an expanding digital world and consider how increasing cloud usage, consumer distrust, new legislation, and a permanently distributed workforce impacts the ways in which they do business.
Nearly 100% of companies suffered at least one data breach in past 18 months. Most cited inadequate identity management and the lack of visibility as the major cloud security threat.