Actually, these days most businesses (94%) say their data is more secure in the cloud.
There are so many reasons for this. One is that 48% of developers say they don’t have time to spend on security, which means if you’re keeping it in-house, it may well be falling off the priority list. Another is that cloud takes a zero-trust approach, which means data is behind multiple security checks (instead of the typical single security check of an on-prem system).
Security is built into the fabric of our cloud products. We employ numerous controls to safeguard your data including encryption in transit and at rest across our cloud services, external vulnerability research such as our Bug Bounty program, and more.
For decades, enterprise security controls consisted of a single perimeter built to protect a large corporation. However, the corporate technology space has changed dramatically since the days when the castle-and-moat, perimeter-based security model was developed.
Enter Zero Trust – the new security model industry experts have turned to that addresses the growing security challenges of the modern workplace. Zero Trust is a framework in which an organization forgoes one large perimeter in favor of protection at every endpoint and for every user within a company.