When guarding against data breaches, organizations must consider the security postures of their closest partners, such as law firms and cloud providers.
Organizations considering handing over their security to a managed provider must outsource the right processes while ensuring the third party instills proper controls.
A survey released Monday by the Ponemon Institute found that a majority of organizations do not evaluate the security posture of cloud computing vendors or train internal employees on cloud security.
Sixty-nine percent of respondents in a recent survey said they believe outsourcing negatively impacts network security.
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