How to secure SaaS access for a globally dispersed workforce

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Software as a service (SaaS) has made employees more productive, but it has also made enterprises less secure by expanding the attack surface that security teams need to track and monitor. To make matters worse, there is no way to tell legitimate requests from malicious ones on SaaS platforms.

Companies can block all SaaS traffic or allow all traffic to flow, but the downfalls of those options are detrimental. A better approach is to take a zero-trust strategy and add a security layer that isolates links/attachments sent through any SaaS service.

Read on to learn how the Menlo Security Cloud Platform gives organizations the security framework needed to secure SaaS access to a globally dispersed workforce.

Menlo Security
Jun 7, 2022
Jun 7, 2022
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