Protecting your data in the cloud is a shared responsibility. Customers can not just rely on the hyperscaler of choice to protect their most valuable assets, data. While the hyperscaler is responsible for their infrastructure protection, customers need to either build their own data protection and security strategy, or simply get a data security solution that fits their needs. As data becomes increasingly valuable, protecting it from cyberattacks, data breaches, and accidental loss is paramount. In today's digital landscape, cybersecurity threats pose significant risks to businesses across all sectors. Data breaches can lead to financial losses, regulatory penalties, reputational damage, and customer churn.
Consider the following statistics to understand the magnitude of the data protection and cybersecurity challenge:
- The average cost of a data breach was estimated at $4.35 million in 2022, according to IBM's Cost of a Data Breach Report.
- Cybercrime is projected to cause damages worth $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, as reported by Cybersecurity Ventures.
- The Global Data Protection Index 2021, a survey by Dell Technologies, found that 69% of organizations are concerned that they will experience a disruptive incident related to data protection in the next 12 months.
Given these risks, it is crucial for enterprises to establish robust data protection strategies with a strong emphasis on AWS Security and cybersecurity measures. By leveraging the advanced security features and services provided by Superna for AWS, organizations can enhance their security posture, protect their object data workloads, and effectively respond to security events.