Cloud security is a shared responsibility between the vendor and the organization. However, the organization is always responsible for securing its own data.
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Proper cloud security requires consistent security, segmented business applications that use zero trust principles, and centrally managed security deployments.
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SaaS applications provide tremendous value to end users. SaaS delivery will nearly five times more outpace traditional software product delivery.
Compared with a standalone CASB, an integrated, next-generation security platform embraces SaaS as an extension of IT infrastructure to vastly minimize risk.
Effective SaaS security incorporates complete visibility, deep analytics, granular policy control, as well as application grouping based on level of trust.
Secure migration from physical datacenters onto the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform requires: access control, segmentation, and streamlined management.
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A natively integrated next-generation security platform can help secure Microsoft applications through safe enablement, consistent protection, and prevention of known and unknown threats.
SaaS applications pose high levels of risk. Safely enabling Microsoft Office 365 requires visibility, network control, and data risk inspection capabilities.
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