2022 Cloud Security Report — Free report

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Cloud adoption continues to permeate throughout organizations as they embrace agile software development.

Did you know that 76% of enterprises are now using two or more cloud providers? In fact, 35% of organizations have more than 50% of their workloads in the cloud, with 29% stating that they anticipate moving this number up to 75% of workloads in the cloud in the next 12-18 months.

Containing cloud security challenges, solutions and trends complied from 775 cybersecurity professionals, this year's survey reveals the many issues organizations are facing trying to incorporate DevSec, as well as new realizations around managing multiple cloud environments.

Read the 2022 Cloud Security Report, to find out what 775 cyber-security professionals had to say about the current state of cloud security, including:

  • Today's biggest cloud security threats
  • Concerns and barriers around moving to DevSecOps
  • Key features to consider when evaluating multi cloud solutions

Download this report and get the full list of trends and insights organizations are facing today.

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