Nuxeo Study Reveals Sensitive Content Accidentally Leaked From Most Enterprises at Least Once a Quarter

Jul 11, 2019

In a recent survey conducted by Nuxeo, the leading cloud-native Content Services Platform (CSP), 67% of respondents said sensitive content is accidentally leaked externally at least once a quarter, while 20% said this happens at least once a month.

The survey of 1,000 sales, marketing, and creative professionals in the US and UK also revealed that 74% of respondents have recreated content they know exists, but cannot find.

A lack of the right tools to manage company content was a clear theme that emerged from the study. More than half of respondents (56%) admit to using systems or tools not provided by their company to store and share company content, a concept known as shadow IT.

Generation-X and Baby Boomers (61%) use rogue tools for storing and sharing company content more often than millennials (49%). A third (34%) of respondents say they use rogue tools because they find official systems too hard to use, while 30% say they do so because they cannot find the content they need using official systems and tools.

For more results from the survey, see this infographic.

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