Cloud Security Report - September 2017
 
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13.6 percent of enterprise users have had their account credentials compromised
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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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Here are a few highlights:

  • Enterprises have an average of 1,022 cloud services in use;

  • Manufacturing leads the way with the highest average amount of cloud services used with 1,370, followed by healthcare and life sciences with 1,340;
  • 75% of cloud services are still not ready for the GDPR, with the deadline for compliance looming in May 2018;
     
  • Webmail comprises 42.3 percent of all DLP violations, followed by cloud storage at 30 percent, collaboration services at 9.5 percent, and all others 18.2 percent

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