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How does cybersecurity work in SaaS and PaaS digital partnerships?

Most distributed workforces are using a hybrid cloud model of application delivery, which can make it more difficult ...


Most distributed workforces are using a hybrid cloud model of application delivery, which can make it more difficult for IT teams to monitor network performance and security. Additional endpoints open new avenues for unauthorized access. Anything connected to the network is a vulnerability. This broader, more distributed landscape increases the threat of cybercriminal activity. It’s critical to stay aware of what’s happening on your network and, in the case of cloud applications, with your data.

For cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS) applications, a shared responsibility model is standard for managing cybersecurity. Traditionally, cybersecurity was each company’s obligation and included building security and direct access prevention. With the cloud increasingly popular, companies share the burden of data protection with their cloud vendor(s). Shared responsibility models are similar, but your company’s share of the responsibility differs between service providers, and even types of service.

It’s imperative for both vendors and customers to understand exactly where their cybersecurity responsibilities begin and end.

Cybersecurity is a strength. For a secure sales compensation management solution (SCMS) accessible when and where you need it, contact SalesVista today.

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