Zinopy’s recent cloud security research found that 91% of Irish businesses either had a cloud development strategy or is currently putting one in place. Here is the second part summarising the survey highlights. Read part 1 HERE.
Zinopy recently conducted research into the cloud and cloud security and found that 91% of Irish businesses either have a cloud development strategy or is currently putting one in place. Here are some of the highlights from the survey. The rest will be posted on 22 May.
In March 2019, TechBeat in association with Zinopy and Check Point, conducted a survey to determine how we are managing cloud security in Ireland.
Privileged user accounts provide advanced access rights to critical systems and sensitive data. They are like VIP passes to a show – only the select few have them.
43% of UK businesses experienced a cybersecurity breach or attack last year and it is thought to be more than 50% in Ireland. The average cost of cybercrime rose by over $1m last year to reach $13m per firm according to Accenture.
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Whilst organisations are spending more budget on securing their IT, there is still the human element which cannot be ignored. The ICO UKs Q2 2018/19 figures show that out of 675 cyber incidents reported, 367 were phishing attacks - that’s 54%.
When you mention cyber security, thoughts generally focus on perimeter security; breach prevention, firewalls, email protection, anti-malware software, anti-spam, anti-phishing – all primarily preventative technologies.
Data reported by Symantec CloudSOC in ETCIO.com found that enterprises on average use up to 1,000 cloud apps. However, most CIOs think their organisations only use around 30 or 40 cloud apps. In fact, the average number of apps adopted by enterprises is 928 leaving an awful lot untracked by CIOs.
In a world of predators, you need to master your survival skills. No one implementing cutting-edge cloud technology can afford to ignore security. It is the main barrier to cloud adoption. Already, 27% of IT security budgets are allocated to cloud security and this is estimated to reach 37% in the next 12 months.