Zero Trust and SaaS Security: Why Total Context Matters

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Presented by

Ofer Klein, CEO and Cofounder, Reco & Dr. Chase Cunningham, VP of Security Market Research, G2

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In recent years, SaaS applications have become the go-to collaboration tools for businesses of all sizes. The agility, scalability, and cost-effectiveness they offer are undeniable advantages. However, this rapid shift to the cloud has also exposed organizations to a host of new SaaS security challenges. As more data and applications migrate to cloud environments, traditional security models are no longer sufficient. In the future, SaaS security will need Zero Trust. Zero Trust is a security framework that assumes that no one, whether inside or outside the organization, should be trusted by default. Instead, it requires continuous verification of identities and strict access control. In SaaS, this approach is essential, but to make it truly effective, it demands a comprehensive understanding of the connections and access points in your environment – in other words – total context across all infrastructure. This is why it’s impossible to achieve Zero Trust without context from SaaS. In this webinar, Ofer Klein, CEO and Co-founder of Reco, and Dr. Chase Cunningham, VP of Security Market Research at G2 and Zero Trust expert will provide guidance on how to secure SaaS applications within a Zero Trust strategy. They’ll discuss the challenges associated with securing SaaS apps and their access, the context provided by SaaS Security, how to implement SaaS security within Zero Trust, and measuring success.
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