If You Can't Control Cloud Apps, Your Data is as Good as Lost

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Unmanaged cloud apps present security issues through unauthorized access, decentralization and accidental or intentional leaking of sensitive company data. Many companies have also suffered malware infections due to employees using cloud applications they knew nothing about.

In this webinar, we analyze new data on this problem and identify the problems that unmanaged cloud apps can create, as well as bring you up to date on the latest in credential management, and its role in containing security risks that you may not even know about.

Key takeaways

  • How unmanaged cloud apps can compromise your organization’s governance, regulatory and compliance position
  • Why challenges around security and password management persist despite the efforts of employees and security teams
  • How credential management can address security vulnerabilities and secure your organization’s journey into the cloud


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Andrew Kellett

Senior Analyst, Ovum

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Pedro Martins

EMEA Solutions Consultant, LogMeIn

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