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62% of Companies Store Personal Customer Data on Public Cloud

December 8, 2017 | Key Infosec Reports

A full 62 percent of surveyed IT professionals said that they store personal customer information on the public cloud. Beyond this, 51 percent said they store personal staff information on the public cloud, while 30 percent admitted to storing network passwords, a major concern if attackers were to gain access.


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