Majority of enterprises relying on cloud providers to secure their data

Majority of enterprises relying on cloud providers to secure their data

Majority of enterprises relying on cloud providers to secure their data

As many as 75 percent of global organisations are relying on public cloud providers not only to store all of their data, but also to secure such data from external access, even though the responsibility of securing such data rests both on organisations as well as cloud providers.
This was revealed by CyberArk's latest Global Advanced Threat Landscape Report 2019 which noted that a vast majority of organisations believe that by storing business-critical applications and consumer data on cloud servers, they can shift their responsibility of securing such data completely to public cloud providers.

Copyright Lyonsdown Limited 2020

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