What will be your decisive moment to secure your cloud applications in a Zero Trust world?

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

With two decades of cloud computing now under the belt, this question is increasingly more relevant in our hyper-connected world. Massive amounts of data are constantly produced globally, shared and stored by a rapidly growing number of devices in an expanding cloud environment. But the tremendous capabilities and convenience we’ve come to depend on via the cloud often leaves the door open to increasing vulnerabilities. appeared first on Data Security Blog | Thales eSecurity.

Selecting the Right Cloud SSO Solution for Your Organization

Thales Cloud Protection & Licensing

Selecting the Right Cloud SSO Solution for Your Organization. Over the past few years, cloud adoption has been phenomenally high. They need to maintain an easy user management access for cloud-based applications and services, without compromising on security.


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Cloud models for reducing security risks


Cloud models for reducing security risks. Cloud computing has given rise to new and varied security risks, challenging organizations in every sector to understand the risks and develop a holistic IT security policy that takes into account the cloud dimension. This follow-up blog focuses on the solutions and expertise required to ensure cloud security. The challenges around cloud security are complex but not insurmountable.

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When Consumerisation and Cloud Services = Shadow IT


When Consumerisation and Cloud Services = Shadow IT. We have all heard the term 'Consumerisation of IT'- the specific impact that consumer-orientated technologies can have on enterprises as they are adopted by end users, often bypassing an enterprises' IT department. The trend has continued to evolve as technology has evolved, to a point where one of the biggest challenges faced by enterprises today is associated with employee's use of cloud based services.

Business Continuity Plans Must Evolve for the Post-COVID World


Many employees have been forced to connect to business networks from computers that lack company-sanctioned software, up-to-date malware protection, encryption controls and secure email clients. Have a crash course security training program in place.

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Setting up SAML SSO with Azure AD and Oracle EPBCS/PBCS

Perficient Data & Analytics

Azure Active Directory (AD) is Microsoft’s directory and Identity and Access Management (IAM) service in the cloud as opposed to ADFS, a Windows on-premise, claims-based Security Token Service (STS). In a Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) federation however, Azure AD and ADFS are functionally equivalent acting as Identity Provider (IdP) for a Service Provider (SP) such as a cloud-based application.