Employees want immediate access to tools that will simplify their workloads, but IT needs to make safe decisions based on long term needs.” - CIO Dive

SaaS apps are built for users, not for IT. They make collaboration easier—allowing users to access more files and to share with outside parties. But this creates a challenge for IT, who must balance security and compliance with users’ desire for easy access and frictionless collaboration.

Instead of a heavy-handed CASB approach, IT needs a tool that matches their security posture.

Join BetterCloud and 451 Research leading analyst, Garrett Bekker, for a discussion on the shortfalls of CASBs and how organizations should approach SaaS security in the modern workplace.

We'll cover:

  • How to achieve a flexible, purpose-built security posture
  • CASB vs. SaaS Management Platform (SMP): the importance of context across users, interactions, and apps
  • Why ease of integration and setup of product and policies is key

Jim brings more than 21 years' experience in the development and management of technology solutions. Before joining BetterCloud, Jim served as VP of Product Management for IBM's Security Operations & Response portfolio. Prior to IBM, he led the product management team responsible for infrastructure security services at Dell SecureWorks. Jim has also held notable roles with Internet Security Systems, Red Hat, EMS Technologies and the US Department of Defense.

Jim Brennan 

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Jim brings more than 21 years' experience in the development and management of technology solutions. Before joining BetterCloud, Jim served as VP of Product Management for IBM's Security Operations & Response portfolio. Prior to IBM, he led the product management team responsible for infrastructure security services at Dell SecureWorks. Jim has also held notable roles with Internet Security Systems, Red Hat, EMS Technologies and the US Department of Defense.

The first order problem was identity—the access, the connections. The second order problem is the interactions. Companies lack the ability to monitor and understand the interactions going on across SaaS applications." - TechCrunch

Have you thought about the insight you actually have into your users' interactions? What they're sharing with people inside and outside your organization? SaaS apps make collaboration easy (and fun) but they also create potential nightmares for IT and security. 

Let's talk about the explosion of apps like Okta and Slack and what you can do right now to better manage and secure user interactions, no matter how diverse your digital workplace.

Securing SaaS Apps in the Modern Workplace

Creating a secure (but happy) workplace in the age of best-of-breed SaaS

  • How to achieve a flexible, purpose-built security posture
  • CASB vs. SaaS Management Platform (SMP): the importance of context across users, interactions, and apps
  • Why ease of integration and setup of product and policies is key

Garrett Bekker

Principal Analyst, 451 Research

Garrett Bekker is a Principal Analyst in the Information Security Practice at 451 Research. He brings a unique background, having viewed enterprise security from a variety of perspectives over the past 16 years. Garrett spent over 10 years as an equity research analyst at several investment banking firms, including Merrill Lynch. In his current role, Garrett focuses primarily on identity and access management (IAM) and data security, with a special interest in the cloud, big data and IoT.

Employees want immediate access to tools that will simplify their workloads, but IT needs to make safe decisions based on long term needs.” - CIO Dive

SaaS apps are built for users, not for IT. They make collaboration easier–allowing users to access more data faster and to share it with outside parties. But this creates a challenge for IT, who must balance security and compliance with users’ desire for easy access and frictionless collaboration.

Instead of a heavy-handed CASB approach, IT needs a tool that matches the security posture of the business.

Join BetterCloud and 451 Research leading analyst, Garrett Bekker, for a discussion on the shortfalls of CASBs and how organizations should approach SaaS security in the modern workplace.

We'll cover:

Employees want immediate access to tools that will simplify their workloads, but IT needs to make safe decisions based on long term needs.” - CIO Dive

SaaS apps are built for users, not for IT. They make collaboration easier—allowing users to access more files and to share with outside parties. But this creates a challenge for IT, who must balance security and compliance with users’ desire for easy access and frictionless collaboration.

Instead of a heavy-handed CASB approach, IT needs a tool that matches their security posture.

Join BetterCloud and 451 Research leading analyst, Garrett Bekker, for a discussion on the shortfalls of CASBs and how organizations should approach SaaS security in the modern workplace.

Employees want immediate access to tools that will simplify their workloads, but IT needs to make safe decisions based on long term needs.” - CIO Dive

SaaS apps are built for users, not for IT. They make collaboration easier–allowing users to access more data faster and to share it with outside parties. But this creates a challenge for IT, who must balance security and compliance with users’ desire for easy access and frictionless collaboration.

Instead of a heavy-handed CASB approach, IT needs a tool that matches the security posture of the business.

Join BetterCloud and 451 Research leading analyst, Garrett Bekker, for a discussion on the shortfalls of CASBs and how organizations should approach SaaS security in the modern workplace.

CASBs vs. SaaS Management Platforms (SMPs) in the age of best-of-breed SaaS

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