Identity management in multi-cloud environments was analyzed in a recent Strata Identity report. According to the report, the percentage of organizations using a single cloud identity provider (IDP) is down from 30% to 20% since last year. The other 80% are now using multiple IDPs to manage enterprise identity. Given this fragmentation, the top three cloud security concerns among enterprises are a lack of visibility into access policies (67%), identity-based threats (65%) and meeting data privacy regulations (56%).

Three-quarters of organizations (76%) do not have complete visibility into the access policies and applications across multiple cloud platforms, including which access policies exist, where applications are deployed, and who does and doesn’t have access.

More than half of enterprises (56%) don’t have a single version of the truth for identities and their associated attributes, and less than half the companies surveyed (41%) said they can enforce consistent access policies to reduce identity and security risks. This is down from 55% last year — a 25% year-on-year decline.

Sixty percent of organizations do not have the resources or time to rewrite old, outdated applications so they can support modern identity protocols and work with cloud identity systems that provide enhanced security controls like passwordless authentication. Seventy-eight percent of organizations do not have access to the source code needed to update their applications so they can use modern identity systems.

Read the full report here.