Security Spending Decisions Leave Sensitive Data Vulnerable
Data sovereignty has become a hot topic in light of concerns about new regulations, and government snooping.With each new computing paradigm shift – Cloud, Big Data, IoT etc. -come new capabilities and possibilities – along with new security vulnerabilities to be exploited.
It’s no wonder that the security industry overall now tallies in excess of 1,400 vendors by 451 Research’s count, with as many as nine new startups per month and roughly 10 new security categories created each year. Encryption was identified as the clear choice (64%) to satisfy local data privacy laws such as the EU’s recently approved General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Tokenization (40%) is listed as a distant second, while migrating data to jurisdictions or choosing local cloud providers are at the very bottom of the list.
- More than two in three respondents (67.8%) said their organizations have been breached.
- The overwhelming majority of respondents still feel some degree of vulnerability to data threats.
- Data sovereignty has become a hot topic in light of concerns about new regulations, and government snooping.
Driven by escalating cyber attacks, traditional insider threats, privacy requirements and data residency regulations, enterprises around the world are facing increasing pressures to protect their data and reduce the exposure of their organizations to data related risks.
“Global and industry regulations can be demanding, but firms should consider moving beyond compliance to greater use of encryption and BYOK, especially for cloud and other advanced technology environments.”
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