One year ago, we hosted one of our most successful events in the “Big Apple” and Oracle and KPMG are back in New York again to host our annual Oracle Cloud Security Day on May 7th. Registration is live now, and seating is limited!
According to the recent Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report 2019, organizations are placing a tremendous amount of business-critical data in the public cloud than ever before. In fact, 7 out of 10 cite that they are placing more sensitive data in the cloud than the prior year. We also see 92% of organizations that feel the cloud can provide as secure or more secure of an environment than their own on-premise data center, so trust is at an all-time high.
What complicates this is the fact that while there is tremendous trust and increasing plans to transition to the cloud, there is a great deal of confusion on just how to do this in a way that reduces risk, prevents cases of fraud, ensures data protection and privacy regulations are not violated and sophisticated threats are not impacting customer data. 90% of cyber leaders state that they do not know what their organization’s role is in securing SaaS relative to their cloud provider.
This full day session will be focused on breaking down the growing risks, examples of fraud, data breaches and areas where data privacy and protection regulations are most at risk. Oracle and KPMG leaders will present how layered defense and controls can work to mitigate the risks each organization is facing today and help each organization make their cloud journey a successful one.
Register today for this New York event, or for another event near you.