32% Providers Store Data in Cloud, Despite Lack of Security Resources

July 11, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

About 32 percent of healthcare organizations store sensitive data, including personally identifiable information and health data, in the cloud, but many admit they may not have the adequate resources to ensure data security, according to a new report Netwrix.

A 2018 Gartner study found that more than 30 percent of hospital data centers will be based in the cloud by 2022. While some have been skeptical about cloud adoption, the many high-profile breaches have reduced some of that doubt, fueling a shift to the cloud.

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