On an average, companies used 738 cloud services in 2014. The cloud is a transformational shift in technology and has realized greater enterprise usage. Companies have adopted cloud services to grow their business potential and profits. The most popular enterprise cloud services used were Amazon Web Services, Office 365, Sales force, Cisco Webex and Box. Employees bring many consumer apps with them to work. Some popular consumer services include Facebook, Twitter, Apple iCloud, You tube and LinkedIn. The use of consumer and enterprise cloud applications together at the same work platform makes data vulnerable to security breaches. Employees tend to put sensitive data on the cloud such as banking account details, sensitive financial information such as revenue models, pricing models etc and other enterprise intellectual property. Majority of employees set the same passwords for their enterprise accounts as well as consumer accounts which lead to a wider range of security breaches as everything in the cloud is interconnected and accessible. Around 86.5GB of data was uploaded to high-risk malware services by each company last year. These high-risk services include Video Sharing, Photo Sharing, Slide Sharing, Web Conferencing and File Sharing. The info graphic shows the distribution of data uploaded to each service. Due to the ease of accessibility and security issues in the cloud, this sensitive enterprise data has been accessed and violated by 3000 Malware anomalies per day.