Arye takes complicated concepts and makes them easy to understand. A gifted storyteller with a marketing background dating back to the 90s, he knows how to engage readers with stories that address the challenges they face. Oh, and he is beloved for his skills on the grill and smoker.
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Your Guide to Offboard Users from Your SaaS Apps
With 31% of ex-employees having access to critical company data stored on SaaS apps, organizations need to efficiently and effectively offboard users to reduce this risk and ensure a secure SaaS stack. The NEW Offboarding Guide provides organizations with a step-by-step on how to ensure all ex-employees are properly offboarded.
How to Handle Retail SaaS Security on Cyber Monday
Everyone's favorite retail store holiday relies heavily on SaaS apps to facilitate every sale, inventory check, and delivery. While retailers are hyper-focused on sales for Cyber Monday, they must also remain vigilant in protecting their entire SaaS app stack.
Marketing professionals are dependent on apps like Salesforce, Hubspot, and Outreach to enable Marketing professionals to develop and execute marketing campaigns. However, just like any other SaaS apps, these tools present their own set of SaaS security challenges that organizations need to handle.
A 7-step breakdown of Kickstart Your SaaS Security Program guide that explores the challenges inherent in SaaS security, shows why SaaS security became a top priority for most CISOs, and provides nuts-and-bolts guidance on how to establish the foundations of a strong SaaS security strategy.
SaaS in the Real World: How Global Food Chains Can Secure Their Digital Dish
Like all businesses, franchises need to prevent their data from falling into the hands of threat actors. However, food franchises also pose a unique challenge as restaurants are often individually owned while still operating under the same organization.
Telecom companies are facing challenges when it comes to securing their SaaS applications. This is due to the complexity of the SaaS model and the fact that telecom companies are not always equipped to handle the unique security requirements of SaaS.
Think Before You Share the Link: SaaS in the Real World
There are essentially two ways to share files and documents out of a SaaS application: Make the resource available to specific users or make it available to "anyone with a link". Many users think that the latter is far more convenient, but the truth is that it opens organizations to significant risk.
SaaS in the Real World: Who’s Responsible to Secure This Data
When SaaS apps first grew in popularity, it wasn't clear who was responsible for securing the data/ Nowadays, most security and IT teams are aware of the shared responsibility model, where the provider is responsible for the app and the organization is responsible for the data. The bigger question today is where does the data responsibility lies on the organization's side?
Oftentimes, security teams assume that data stored within SaaS apps is less sensitive than other corporate IP and accept that the security tools built into the SaaS app are strong enough to provide adequate protection. This assumption, however, is leaving critical data exposed online, putting organizations at risk of data exposure, ransomware, and regulatory fines.
SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) as a Layer in Your Identity Fabric
The move to SaaS and other cloud tools has put an emphasis on Identity & Access Management (IAM), and the tools used to define IAM make up its identity fabric. Unfortunately, these tools are being pushed to their limits due to decentralized IT, evolving threats, and zero-trust tools. An SSPM solution helps add a layer to an organization's identity fabric by enabling continuous monitoring and suspicious behavior alerts.
SaaS in the Real World: User Access After Downsizing
Over the last year, we’ve seen increasing evidence of an upcoming recession. While no one knows exactly what 2023 will bring to the labor market, organizations need to be prepared for potential downsizing.
As executives are planning an acquisition or divestiture within the next 12-18 months, M&A due diligence is key to business resurgence, strategic growth, and capability expansion. Unfortunately, one area that’s often overlooked during M&A due diligence is a target company’s SaaS landscape.