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Last year we released our Microsoft Active Directory (AD) integration, enabling companies to extend their current access management system (AD) to the cloud. But let’s admit, every department and team in your business is different and not every team needs or should access the same tools. The key is giving employees access only to the tools they need. So how do you manage all these different groups and get them access to the tools they need regardless whether it’s web-based or local without pulling levers all day every day? That’s why i’m excited to release today Group Filtering for Active Directory Sync within CloudEntr!
Corporate hacking is real thing, ask Sony, JP Morgan Chase, Target, Adobe, eBay, and the list goes on. But what are they thinking and how do they do it?
As our 2015 State of SMB Cybersecurity report revealed, most of you (a whopping 77%) are primarily concerned about the enemy within. Employees, your company’s greatest asset, are also its greatest liability. Whether through accident, ignorance, or pure evil intent, employees present some serious challenges to cloud security. Not to worry though, we’ve identified the top three threats they pose and we’re ready to equip you with some actionable solutions. After all, every Batman needs a Robin.
[This post is part two of a two part series on tackling the top 3 cloud security challenges today's IT pros face.]
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