Report

Cloud Data Security 2023

Report by ESG, a division of TechTarget

“…More than half (59%) of respondents believe that more than 30% of their organization’s sensitive data residing in IaaS and PaaS environments is insufficiently secured

These are the tip-of-the-iceberg findings by ESG in its Cloud Data Security (January 2023) survey of 387 IT, cybersecurity, and DevOps professionals.

Presented in an easy-to-read eBook, the report offers additional take-aways:

  • Main causes of cloud data loss
  • Rates of data migration to cloud environments (SaaS and IaaS/PaaS)
  • Level of confidence (or overconfidence?) in current cloud data protections
  • And more

Percentage of organizations that believe more than 30% of their sensitive cloud-resident data is insufficiently secured.

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