When you’re offering software or providing technical services to clients and customers, the last thing you want is for your own website to be vulnerable to attacks.
For many companies working in SaaS, network security is not as high a priority as it should be. Instead of focusing on their own data security, many SaaS companies can leave critical areas of their website undefended. This opens themselves and their customers up to the potential theft of their data from cyberattacks.
For countless SaaS companies, this is a potent threat, along with also protecting their customer data and proprietary intellectual property from threats. In the event of a compromise and without the proper security tools in place, SaaS companies could face losing their competitive advantage in the marketplace.