As a SaaS company, your time and resources are valuable. You need to make solid, strategic decisions about where to focus your time and energy. You also need to ensure that your organization is secure and compliant in the ways that matter to you and to your customers.
When it comes to security tools, there are a few options:
- Build your own
- Buy a bunch of point solutions
- Use open source security tools
- Invest in a security platform
Read more “The Costs of Open Source & Point Solutions for SaaS Security”
Every organization orchestrates their infrastructure in their own way, but more often than not, most cloud environments have a lot in common. Since infrastructure security is embedded at the technology layer of your stack, many security tools on the market today can meet the needs of even the most unique cloud configurations. In this post, we’ll explain why that is. Read more “Is Your Infrastructure Too Unique for a Cloud Security Tool?”
What’s your priority: to become a Security Company or be a Secure Company?
If you’re truly in the security business, then of course you’ll be building your own security platform. For all the rest, please keep reading . . .
In this post I will cover some of the challenges involved in building a cloud security platform like Threat Stack. My goal is to give you a clear idea of what is involved and the complexity, so you can make a decision about building or buying that is meaningful from both an engineering and a business perspective.
Spoiler alert: In my view, the right choice for most companies is not to build their own security. Most should strive to become Secure Companies so they can get on with their core business. Read more “To Build or Buy Your Own Security Platform: That is the Question”