How can we secure our Organization cloud data?


How can we secure our Organization cloud data? and choose the best Single Sign-On option among the CloudCodes, Okta, OneLogin?


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Re: secure

I doubt if single sign on is more secure than having a separate signon. After all, if the password in your PC is hacked, that gives access to the cloud also if you use single signon. While if you have a separate signon, the data in the cloud is inaccessible for a hacker.
Single sign-on is for convenience, not for security.

And for the best, first formulate your criteria, then investigate which of the three is best. If no criteria, all seem to be best.

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Let talk about "secure our" data.

That would be keeping backups of the cloud data. Here's a famous person's take on the cloud.

So you better secure your data with full backups since not only can the cloud vanish but some user could corrupt your data and force you to restore from backups.

I encounter new to the cloud folk all the time. They want to believer no backups are required. Give them time.

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