Cloud Security
13.6 percent of enterprise users have had their account credentials compromised

Get the latest cloud app security trends in the industry’s only report that examines what’s happening in the cloud right now, where organizations’ real risks lie, and help IT and security professionals know where to focus their attention.

A key area of focus for the latest Netskope Cloud Report is malware in the cloud. Report highlights include:

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  • 4.1 percent of enterprises have sanctioned cloud apps that are laced with malware such as worms and trojans.
  • Because cloud apps make it easy for users to sync and share, malware can travel more rapidly than traditional malware, creating an attack
  • Sanctioned cloud apps typically represent less than five per cent of an enterprise’s cloud app footprint, suggesting that cloud-based malware is more widespread.

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Netskope™ is the leader in cloud security — we help the largest organizations in the world take full advantage of the cloud and web without sacrificing security. Our patented Cloud XD technology goes deeper than any other security provider to quickly target and control activities across thousands of cloud services and millions of websites. Delivered from a unified cloud-native platform, our customers benefit from 360-degree data and threat protection that works regardless of location or device type. At Netskope, we call this smart cloud security.

Some key findings include:

  • Misconfiguration of cloud platforms is the #1 threat to cloud security
  • 84% of organizations claim traditional security tools either don't work at all or have limited functionality
  • 49% of organizations believe public clouds are at higher risk of security breaches than traditional on-premises environments