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A hazy view of cloud security

(Dave Kearns, Network World) More than three-quarters of the respondents in a recent survey couldn't say who they believe should be responsible for data housed in a cloud environment.

A recent survey of 384 business managers from large enterprises revealed that confusion abounds about cloud data security. More than three-quarters of the respondents couldn't say who they believe should be responsible for data housed in a cloud environment, while 65.4% said that the company from which the data originates, the application provider and the cloud service provider are all responsible, and another 13% said they were not sure. There was no consensus on who the single party should be that protects that data.

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