The company surveyed 300 IT decision-makers across the US and Brazil
Thales has found that 68% of US IT professionals consider unprotected infrastructure as one of the biggest targets for cyberattacks.
The report states that the majority of hacking-related breaches are a result of weak, stolen, or reused user credentials. Nevertheless, 4 out of 10 US and Brazilian respondents still see usernames and passwords among the most effective ways to protect access to their IT infrastructure.
According to the survey, organizations shift more apps to the cloud, that’s why it is essential that each application is properly secured. However, 97% of participants expect problems for their organization if this is not done effectively.
Meanwhile, 98% indicate that cloud access management is conducive to facilitating overall cloud adoption, and they want to manage access centrally.
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