If you are a SaaS provider with your sights set on the enterprise market, you better be ready for a long list of requirements around security and compliance. Enterprises have intense concerns about their data being stored in multi-tenant SaaS environments and rightly so. SaaS vendors targeting the enterprise must conduct regular audits to prove compliance with industry regulations (e.g., PCI, SOC2, HIPAA, ISO 27002) and from a security standpoint, the picture is only getting more complex. Managing ever-changing security and compliance requirements as your SaaS business scales is hard to do well.
Join Gigaom Research and our sponsor CloudPassage for “Security and Compliance Best Practices for SaaS Companies,” a free analyst roundtable webinar on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. PT.
Key topics of discussion
- What is driving the need for better security in SaaS apps?
- When do traditional security technologies hit a wall in a SaaS environment?
- When building a SaaS app, how do you add security that scales with your service and does not tax your limited IT resources?
- What are the challenges and opportunities with respect to achieving compliance with mandates such as PCI, HIPAA, etc. across your SaaS infrastructure?
- What best practices are the leading SaaS businesses relying on when integrating security into their application stack?
- What are the trends shaping the SaaS infrastructure security market today and what will it look like in 3 to 5 years? What is the impact of big data and enterprise mobility?
Who should attend
- SaaS providers
- Application developers
- Security architects
- Cloud architects
- Cloud service providers