SaaS applications have provided tremendous value to end users and organizations. However, because the typical SaaS environment is invisible to network administrators, enterprise security tools can’t effectively protect SaaS applications or prevent data leakage. This checklist provides a breakdown of the most essential criteria that should be a part of your SaaS security solution.


 

Aperture At A Glance

Aperture delivers complete visibility and granular enforcement across all user, folder and file activity within sanctioned SaaS applications.
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Product Privacy Datasheets

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Safely Enable Microsoft Office 365

SaaS applications continue to provide a tremendous value to end users with easy setup and collaboration capabilities that are changing the way organizations do business. The concern over the loss of control of data leaving the corporate network and opening the network to external threats through unknown collaborators has caused many organizations to take a wait and see approach to SaaS. Microsoft® Office 365™ changes all that. Now SaaS services come with the application that many consider the most indispensable tool in business today: Microsoft Office. This pushes SaaS security to the forefront of most organizations and means it can no longer be ignored.
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3 Requirements to Safely Enable Microsoft Office 365

This brief describes three key security requirements to safely enable Microsoft Office 365 and other SaaS applications for your business.
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Safely Enable Your SaaS Applications

The use of SaaS applications is creating gaps in security visibility and new risks for threat propagation, data leakage and regulatory noncompliance. See how Aperture can help.
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Aperture Privacy Datasheet

This document provides customers of Palo Alto Networks with information needed to assess the impact of this service on their overall privacy posture.
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