Today we require internet for even the most basic of activities. Through the reach of the internet, it is possible to obtain access to even highly sensitive data, anytime and anyplace.
However, all is not roses and sunshine when it comes to the online world.
Cyber crimes like unauthorized access, malicious attacks, data breach, and so forth are rampant.
According to statistics, Cyber criminals earn $3 billion a year exploiting social platforms.
And SaaS-based IT environments are susceptible to a higher complexity to threat detection and response efforts. User activity on SaaS accounts can also be quite varied, occurring on multiple endpoints and from a range of locations. It is further complicated by the fact that the responsibility is not on the SaaS provider to secure user data in case an account is compromised. As a result of these, SaaS applications require continuous and meticulous monitoring. […]
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