A new report has revealed 95% of cloud services used by enterprises aren't enterprise ready.

The January 2017 Netskope Cloud Report reveals a staggering 82% don't encrypt data at rest, 66 per cent don't specify in their terms that the customer owns their own data, and 42% don't allow administrators to enforce password controls.

Of malware found in cloud services, backdoors were the most common (43.2%), with others including adware (9.8%), Javascript malware (8.1%) and ransomware (7.4%).

The report also shows an increase in the use of cloud services - with an average of 1031 cloud services in use per enterprise, up from 977 in the previous quarter. The retail, restaurant and hospitality industry was the biggest user of cloud services (1193), followed by financial services, banking and insurance (1132).