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Why Businesses Are Waking Up To Cloud Encryption
While cloud computing delivers many advantages, the growing number of employees WFH and working remotely has further complicated data protection, writes Tim Bandos, CISO and VP Managed Security Services at Digital Guardian.
Updated October 25, 2021 / Original October 25, 2021
By Tim Bandos
CISO and VP Managed Security Services , Digital Guardian
October 25, 2021 | 11:51 AM BST
Data encryption has emerged as a well-proven method of bolstering data security and supporting regulatory compliance. Despite this, it remains under-utilized. Indeed, in 2020 only slightly more than one half (56 per cent) of businesses worldwide used data encryption extensively, according to a recent Statista survey. Further to this, only slightly more than one quarter (27 per cent) of businesses had partially deployed data encryption.
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