Netskope Cloud Report: Data loss prevention policy violations in collaboration services like Slack or HipChat are rising.
This is according to new Netskope Cloud Report, which also adds that cloud services are generally underprepared for the upcoming GDPR regulation.
Just Slack and HipChat are accounting for almost 10 per cent of all violations in the quarter. This is mostly because these two services have ‘skyrocketed in popularity’ when it comes to sharing and downloading data. Webmail is still the leader, though, with 43 per cent of violations. Cloud storage follows with 30 per cent, while other cloud categories combined take the third spot with 16 per cent.
Netskope says this means enterprises must form policies and make sure the data is secure. But with GDPR less than a year away, most cloud services are not prepared. Two thirds (66 per cent) don’t specify that the customer owns the data in their ToS, and 89 per cent don’t support encryption of data at rest.
Four in ten replicate data in geographically dispersed data centres.
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The full report can be found on this link.