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Ahead of the RSA security conference, cybersecurity firm McAfee released its third annual report that found 26 percent of companies has suffered cloud data theft, VentureBeat reports. The report surveyed 1,400 global information technology professionals to find that although firms are readily adopting cloud technology, only 69 percent trusts the public cloud to keep data secure. Raj Samani, chief scientist at McAfee, wrote in the report, “This year’s study demonstrates that there are firms ramping up cloud adoption and increasing investment to manage the risks, and conversely a larger number of organizations that are taking a more cautious approach.�
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