Data Threat Report
Navigating Data Security in an Era of Hybrid Work, Ransomware and Accelerated Cloud Transformation
Two years on, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to dramatically impact IT teams worldwide. The 2022 Thales Data Threat Report looked at many aspects of those impacts, drawing insights from topics such as ransomware, zero-trust security strategies and cloud data security trends. This report covers respondents based in the Latin America (LATAM) region, which we define as the nations of Brazil and Mexico. This report analyzes 205 respondents from midsize to large enterprises within many diverse verticals in the public and private sectors.
Analysis from 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, based on a survey with more than 200 security professionals in the Latin America region.
Latin America awareness of changing risks is high, but
this hasn’t accelerated how organizations need to address them.
of respondents expressed some level of concern about the security risks of employees working remotely
of respondents said they had experienced a ransomware attack
of respondents ranked ransomware as the leading source of increased security attacks
Encryption still #1 choice to protect data in the cloud
When asked what security technologies prioritized sensitive data in the cloud, 72% of respondents chose data-at-rest encryption.
2022 Thales Data Threat Report - Latin America Edition
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