SaaS gives end users endless ability to collaborate with others, share data, and access files from anywhere at anytime. However, these features have created a swath of new security threats that IT and security teams are still learning how to navigate. Principal Analyst for 451 Research Garrett Bekker and BetterCloud’s Chief Product Officer Jim Brennan discussed the unique security challenges that cloud adoption presents and SaaS Operations Management, the emerging category that is filling a gap in cloud security.
As the world shifts to SaaS, IT teams are still learning how to fully secure their SaaS apps—in many cases they’re still discovering where threats lie within these new environments. BetterCloud’s CISO Carlos Batista and Principal Solutions Engineer Mohammed Khalid hosted a webinar to discuss four of the most common, and most insidious, insider threats that you should be on the lookout for in your cloud environment. Here’s a recap.
David Politis, our founder and CEO, recently hosted a webinar in collaboration with Daniel Lu, Okta’s product marketing manager, in order to discuss security risks born of SaaS adoption and the Zero Trust model of access management that has emerged from it.
There are seemingly a million security threats and exposures everywhere today. So where do you start? In a recent webinar, our founder and CEO David Politis explained what the new security frontier is and why IT must start paying attention to it. He also revealed the top three concerns 1,500+ IT professionals have around managing SaaS apps and offered actionable tips for mitigating them.
Managing multiple SaaS applications is creating unprecedented risk and challenges for IT organizations. Enter: SaaS Operations Management (SOM), a new market that solves those challenges. 451 Research Principal Analyst Carl Lehmann recently hosted a webinar where he explained the high value of SOM, how it’s unique, and why companies need to start paying closer attention to it. Here’s a recap.
How is SaaS transforming the way we work? Over the past six months, we surveyed 1,827 IT professionals to get a deeper understanding of this new workplace, where SaaS applications serve as the backbone of productivity. The data revealed astonishing findings.