18% of healthcare organisations looking to move their data back on premises

18% of healthcare organisations looking to move their data back on premises

PACS systems

Even though a majority of healthcare organisations are either storing all or a major share of their data in the cloud, many of them are yet to increase their cloud security budgets or get adequate financial support to ensure data stored in the cloud is safe from unauthorised access or loss.
A new survey conducted by Netwrix found that while 74 percent of healthcare organisations store healthcare data in the cloud, a similar number of them store employee data in the cloud and 68 percent store customer data in the cloud.

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