New Study: IT Pros Are More Worried About Corporate Security than Home Security
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., May 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Data security is creating fear and trust issues for IT professionals, according to the third-annual Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2020. The study of 750 cybersecurity and IT professionals across the globe found that a patchwork approach to data security, misconfigured services and confusion around new cloud security models has created a crisis of confidence that will only be fixed by organizations making security part of the culture of their business.
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"In response to the current challenging environment, companies have accelerated the movement of workloads, and associated sensitive data, to the cloud to support a new way of working, and to help optimize cost models. This is exposing existing vulnerabilities and creating new risks," said Tony Buffomante, Global Co-Leader and U.S. Leader of KPMG LLP's Cyber Security Services. "To be able to manage that increased threat level in this new reality, it is essential that CISOs build security into the design of cloud migration and implementation strategies, staying in regular communication with the business."
This year's report is the first in a 5-part series, with follow-on reports offering insights into research findings on central cloud security topics, including:
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