Extract from Victoria Hudgins' article "When Faced With Data Breach Responses, the Cloud Can Become an Enemy"
Praised for its innovative and security benefits, the cloud can quickly become a burden when a company is hit with a cyberattack and must understand the scope of the data held on public and privately owned servers.
In late February, Experian released its “Is Your Company Ready for a Big Data Breach?” study conducted by the Ponemon Institute, which collected the responses of over 1,000 information technology security, compliance and privacy professionals in the U.S., Europe, Middle East and Africa. Along with finding most companies lack data breach readiness, respondents also said the proliferation of cloud services was one of the top barriers to improving IT’s ability to respond to a data breach.
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