It is thought that the average enterprise runs 80 different 3rd party cloud applications to support business processes such as collaboration, communication, contract management, HR functions, signature authorisation, and more. In fact, many organisations are now running their entire business infrastructure on public cloud platforms and this trend is only set to intensify in the year ahead.
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MARKET REPORT: Thales. 2020 Thales Data Threat Report Global Edition
Organisations are leveraging a wide variety of technologies, including cloud, mobile, and the Internet of Things (IoT) to transform their businesses. While digital transformation can provide tremendous value, it also makes data security more complex. But organisations are cognitively dissonant to data security. Two-thirds believe they are very secure, but they are not implementing the processes and investing in the technologies required to appropriately protect their data. As organisations face expanding and more complex data security challenges, they need to take a multi-layered approach to data security, embracing cloud shared security responsibilities and adopting a zero-trust model that authenticates and validates the users and devices accessing applications and networks, while also employing more robust data discovery, hardening, data loss prevention, and encryption solutions.
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