“As healthcare providers continue to place greater amounts of their data in the cloud, they must adopt new data security strategies. Even selecting a top-tier cloud provider doesn’t remove the burden of an organization doing its part to provide data security, and this starts with encryption, authentication, and access management.” – IDC
In the ongoing shift to digital that continues to reshape – if not disrupt – industry after industry, data remains front and center as the most valuable business asset. Organizations are creating, sharing and storing data at an unprecedented level.
The 2019 Access Management Index is a survey of 1,050 executives in 11 countries with responsibility for, or influence over, IT and data security.
Digital transformation continues to have a huge positive effect on both organizations and individuals. Among many advances, it has certainly made commerce easier. But commerce is based, in part, on trust by purchasers that their data will not be misused to cause them harm or inconvenience. This makes the commercial aspect of the digital transformation dependent on the security of purchaser data. Organizations around the world that have taken this issue lightly have suffered as a result, and boards of directors have taken note.
This white paper is intended to aid readers in forming a cloud security strategy and data migration plan when adopting public cloud services. Security Guidance Version 4.0 from the Cloud Security Alliance offers mature recommendations for those looking to adopt public cloud services.
“Despite the importance of protecting sensitive data, encryption rates among European companies in our study are very low. Twenty seven percent or fewer of European respondents say they use encryption for the use cases studied” - IDC
Results from the 2019 Thales Cloud Security Study, a survey of more than 3300 executives in 8 countries who are familiar with and involved in their companies’ use of both public and private cloud resources. Survey, reporting and analysis conducted by the Ponemon Institute, commissioned by Thales
The report concentrates on the results from 100 IT security professionals from Indian firms with responsibility for, or influence over, IT and data security from within a total survey set of 1,200 global respondents. Survey, reporting and analysis conducted by IDC, and sponsored by Thales.
This report is based on a global IDC web-based survey of 1,200 executives with responsibility for or influence over IT and data security from nine countries and a range of industries, with a primary emphasis on healthcare, financial services, retail, and federal government organisations. Geographies covered include India, the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, Japan, and Australia/New Zealand.