Inside IT: Intel’s SaaS Security Playbook

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IT Best Practices: Episode 78 – The SMAC stack is changing the nature of business. SMAC is Social, Mobile, Analytics, and Cloud. Advances in these areas have allowed many operations in the enterprise to move to the cloud, and Software as a Service, or SaaS, has become a big part of that move – and a big consideration for data security. In this podcast we talk with Jim Brennan, Information Security Analyst at Intel. He tells us with all these changes, security professionals need to evaluate other forms of security controls. For Intel, that meant developing a set of guidelines for security personnel who deal with Software as a Service. It’s called the SaaS Security Playbook.

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