Do you know if the data stored in your SaaS application is compromised?
How would you know?
How is it exposed to the Internet?
Who can expose corporate data stored in SaaS services?
Those are questions IT administrators now need to ask themselves as they push data outside the traditional data center’s firewall guarded perimeter.
With employees interacting with a myriad of settings and thousands of files across numerous SaaS applications, administrators can’t keep track of these services outside of their infrastructure control using traditional methods. This complexity leads to extended periods between intrusion and detection. The longer it takes to discover the intrusion, the more significant the impact on the organization. If that compromise occurs on several SaaS applications, it can take IT hours, days, or even weeks to remediate across these disparate SaaS providers.