One of the most important trends of the last couple of decades is the migration to the cloud. That includes not just data and workloads, but also all the apps you use for business. The model of software as a service - SaaS is so prevalent now, that organizations maintain around 125 different SaaS apps on average.
Adoption of SaaS has huge advantages - employees can work from anywhere instead of being tied to an office, you can scale up or down as you need and easily switch between tools as your needs change.
But along with those benefits, we have a whole range of new security challenges. Watch this episode of Into the VezaVerse to learn how Veza can help you:
- Keep track of permissions across all of your SaaS applications, identities and accounts in real-time, and know exactly who can do what.
- Continuously monitor for changes in access to your SaaS apps.
- Fix excess privilege, best practice violations and misconfigurations as they arise, before they become vulnerabilities.
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