Are you getting ready to move from on-premise operations to external platforms like the cloud?
You’re not alone.
Many companies worldwide are shifting (some a little, some a lot) to cloud computing in order to minimize their reliance on in-house IT infrastructure and finicky business processes. The touted benefits of the cloud are compelling: long-term cost savings, accomodation for growing partner and customer requirements, collaboration efficiency, and easily accessible data entice more and more teams to consider the cloud every day.
While there are many positives that come with a cloud environment, cybersecurity is a real concern. Only 53% of organizations who responded to LinkedIn Group Partner’s Cybersecurity Trends Report claim they’d be able to resist cyber threats in their cloud infrastructure and applications. An even smaller percentage of companies (24%) routinely monitor these cloud pieces for security risks, leaving 76% wide open to cybersecurity attacks.
But what if we told you there’s a way to improve the security of your cloud data, both in transit and at rest, so you don’t have to worry about storing sensitive company information off-premises?