According to recent research conducted by the Cloud Industry Forum, 88% of companies have now adopted some form of cloud computing and it’s easy to see why so many businesses have taken the plunge.
In many ways, the increase in use of cloud computing has been a wonderful thing. The many benefits of moving to the cloud have been well documented; from flexibility and convenience to reduced downtime and huge cost savings.
But, as is often the way with the good stuff in life, there are downsides too. The explosive growth of cloud computing has opened the door to cyber attackers using a range of dirty tricks to infect your systems with malware.
Watch this video to find out how malware in the cloud can cost your business dearly in lost time and money…