How many NZ businesses are leaving data vulnerable to breaches?

An Insurance Business Magazine article.

A new study from Thales has revealed that the cybersecurity of New Zealand’s businesses still leaves a lot to be desired, with 43% of New Zealand respondents having dealt with at least one cloud breach within the last year.

The 2021 Thales Global Cloud Security Study was commissioned as part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, and revealed that only 26% of New Zealand businesses are encrypting all of the sensitive data that they store in the cloud. It also reported that 51% of organisations leave the control of most or all of their encryption keys to service providers, rather than retaining full control themselves.

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