Cloud Security: Technologies You Need to Safely Use the Cloud

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Category 2: Software as a service

Technologies: The two major focus areas for businesses to address regarding SaaS security are data encryption and user access control. Data encryption focuses on protecting the end-user data within the service infrastructure with companies like CipherCloud. User access control focuses on stronger authentication and more effective identity management that collectively protects access to a company's SaaS data, accounts and supporting services. Examples include OneLogin, Okta and Ping Identity.

Businesses are nothing less than addicted to the speed and flexibility of using cloud-based software and infrastructure. However, there's persistent confusion about what cloud security technologies businesses need, and the risks those technologies mitigate.

In this slideshow, Carson Sweet, CEO and co-founder of CloudPassage, highlights a categorical review of cloud security needs associated with the use of public infrastructure as a service (IaaS), software as a service (SaaS) and governance of cloud services. This slideshow will help users navigate what cloud security technologies apply to their businesses. 


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