5 SaaS Security Concerns and How to Address Them

| April 1, 2020

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When a SaaS startup moves to the scale-up phase, a shift often happens.Suddenly, security shoots up on the ever-growing list of business priorities and with good reason.As a business scales, it needs to manage more customers and more data than ever before. And if the business is aiming to attract larger clients, these clients will no doubt have greater security concerns and stricter standards to be accommodated.Of course, there’s also the reality that once your SaaS business reaches the scale-up phase, it’s likely your team has put a lot of time and effort into establishing the business’s place in the market.

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