Choosing SaaS security

Choosing SaaS security

Choosing SaaS security

Date: Aug 28, 2012

Security services delivered from the cloud remove the management burden from organizations overburdened by day to day IT chores and those lacking the capital and human resources to adequately address information security. Messaging security, vulnerability management and antimalware SaaS are among the security services that make perfect sense for enterprises and smaller organizations looking to offload commodity security solutions to a cloud-based provider. Despite the relative business sense these services make, there are still pros and cons of security SaaS versus an on-premise solution managed in-house. In this webcast, learn the features and architecture options you have with security SaaS, as well as the benefits and cautions you need to consider, and learn what questions to ask internally to determine if this option makes sense for your business.

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