TrendMicro logo Trend Micro Releases New Survey on Cloud SecurityThe new survey from Trend Micro focused on large companies of 500 or more employees using cloud services. The survey revealed that although more enterprises are moving the cloud quickly, the Cloud is not secure with 43% of respondents currently using a cloud computing service have experienced a data security lapse or issue within the last 12 months.

With four in ten respondents indicating their IT security requirements are not being met by current cloud providers / offerings, the survey  stresses the need for high due diligence of cloud providers regarding security  and choosing ones that take security risks seriously.  Also, half of the respondents indicated that security is the key reason holding back their adoption of cloud technique.

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