The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) surveyed more than 200 IT and security professionals, and nearly 72 percent admitted that they did not know the number of shadow IT apps within their organization, but certainly want to.
Authors: Raj Samani, Brian Honan, Jim Reavis Pages: 236 Publisher: Syngress ISBN: 0124201253 Introduction The title says it all: this is a book that will tell you what cloud computing is, how best to take advantage of it, and what things you should be careful about when you do it.
In Europe, the number of cloud services in use by the average company increased 23 percent, rising from 588 in Q1 to 724 in Q3.
According to a new survey from the Cloud Security Alliance there is a growing and strong interest in harmonizing privacy laws towards a universal set of principles.
In what could be called a tale of perception versus reality, the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) released the results of a new survey that found a significant difference between the number of cloud-based applications IT and security professionals believe to be running in their environments, and the number reported by cloud application vendors.
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