To better secure data stored in the cloud, organisations are deploying a defence-in-depth strategy that combines cloud-native tools from CSPs and third-party tools from MSPs. This approach helps reduce the risk of data breaches, which can be a challenge as the amount of data stored in the cloud continues to increase. According to research, organisations are more confident in their ability to secure on-premises data compared to data saved in the cloud. The report also suggests those who rely solely on CSP-native controls are twice as likely to experience data loss than those who use a combination of CSP-native and third-party tools.
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