SUSE Report Highlights Cloud Security Concerns

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The majority of IT teams (88%) experienced at least one cloud security incident in the past year, according to a recent report released by SUSE. “Of those affected, 76% encountered multiple incidents, with 11% experiencing more than 10 issues in the same period.”

SUSE’s “Securing the Cloud” trend report reflects industry concerns around cloud security, as “88 percent of professionals agreed that if they were certain about the integrity of their data, they would be more inclined to migrate additional workloads to the cloud and edge.” 

Top concerns cited by respondents include data stores hosted by cloud or third parties, runtime attacks from threat actors, security policy management, federation, and automation. 

Additionally, the report notes that “U.S. IT decision makers (35%) are significantly more likely than those in Europe (25%) to believe that security policy management, federation and automation are among their biggest cloud security concerns.”

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