Cloud Risk Surface Report

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All organizations want to ensure that their data and applications remain secure, even when outside their direct control. Business partners want to know if they’re placing too much trust in any weak third or fourth party links across the value chain, and the Insurance community needs to understand the potential points of systemic risk within their portfolio.

The benefits of migrating data, workloads, applications and business processes to the cloud are incredibly compelling. However, as a steady string of headlines reporting large data exposures from cloud environments suggest, those benefits don’t come risk-free. Is the risk worth it? To help you answer that for your organization, we leverage a large dataset supplied by RiskRecon spanning 18,000 organizations and over five million hosts yielding 32 million security findings.

In this report, readers will learn:

  • The benefits and drawbacks of consolidating or diversifying your cloud presence
  • How security findings differ among cloud providers
  • Most importantly – are organizations safer on-prem or in the cloud?

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