SkopeSight: 84% of European IT and security practitioners report that they don’t believe their cloud service providers would notify them imm

September 17, 2014 Gary Yoshimura

84% of European IT and security practitioners report that they don’t believe their cloud service providers would notify them immediately if their intellectual property or business confidential information were breached.

This finding is from our most recent report entitled “Data Breach: The Cloud Multiplier Effect in European Countries,” a collaboration with research firm the Ponemon Institute. It highlights the profound lack of trust that European IT professionals have in the cloud, and the significant hurdle the industry must overcome for those professionals to get comfortable with the massive cloud adoption that is happening in enterprises across the region.

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