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More and more enterprises are moving towards multi-cloud environments, but data encryption and security remain a stumbling block, according to the latest research from workload security provider HyTrust.
Eric Chiu, president of HyTrust, a company that does workload security, says 500 million records is such a huge amount of data that it could only be stolen if someone had access on Yahoo’s network with admin credentials. Hackers gain this access by using “social engineering” to trick employees into providing network information. Or they gain access by using malware.
HyTrust Inc., in its 2016 HyTrust Cloud Adoption Survey, shows that 28 percent of companies that have deployed data, applications and workloads onto the public cloud have done nothing to encrypt their data and other workloads.
As more data and enterprise applications are moved to public cloud services, a surprisingly high number of enterprises responding to a new cloud security survey said they are not encrypting their data and other cloud workloads.
Today, HyTrust Inc., a leading workload security provider, announced findings from its latest cloud survey conducted at VMworld 2016, in Las Vegas. The survey of over 400 respondents assesses the current use of public cloud vendors, the industry shift to utilizing a multi-cloud model, and how enterprises are protecting data in these cloud environments.
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HyTrust Cloud Survey Finds Enterprises Are Rapidly Embracing Multi-Cloud Strategies, Many Still Slacking On Data Encryption and Security
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA. Sept. 21, 2016 – Today, HyTrust Inc., a leading workload security provider, announced findings from its latest cloud survey conducted at VMworld 2016, in Las Vegas. The survey of over 400 respondents assesses the current use of public cloud vendors, the industry shift to utilizing a multi-cloud model, and how enterprises are […]Read More
According to the results of a HyTrust survey of 400 attendees at the recent VMworld 2016 conference, more than a quarter (28 percent) of organizations that use a public cloud are doing nothing to encrypt the data they store there.Read More