Netskope Cloud Report
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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Read the report that describes the surge in cloud services traffic, the differences between cloud and web policy violations, and steps IT can take to mitigate new threats and risks. Get the details about the key findings, including:

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In this Netskope Cloud Report™, we’ve compiled the most interesting trends on cloud service and web usage based on aggregated, anonymized data from the Netskope Platform. Report findings are based on usage seen across millions of users in hundreds of accounts globally and represent usage trends.

Netskope Cloud Report

August 2019 Edition

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  • 85% of enterprise web traffic is now generated by cloud services
  • The average enterprise now uses 1,295 cloud services
  • The average enterprise is using ~ 100 distinct instances of cloud services such as Facebook and Gmail


Cloud service usage is up 5.5% from last quarter

92.7% of cloud services are not enterprise ready

August 2019 Edition