Security as a Service (SecaaS or SaaS)
Definition - What does Security as a Service (SecaaS or SaaS) mean?
Security as a Service (SecaaS or SaaS) is a cloud computing model that delivers managed security services over the Internet. SecaaS is based on the Software as a Service (SaaS) model but limited to specialized information security services.
Techopedia explains Security as a Service (SecaaS or SaaS)
SecaaS facilitates the provisioning of managed security services from the cloud, which benefits organizations in the following ways: Reduced costs: SecaaS solutions are provided on a monthly rental basis and per license purchased. Ease of management: A service provider delivers total management of cloud security services, security policies, and general administration. Customizable and scalable services range from anti-virus/malware to outsourced security suite developers. Continuous anti-virus updates: SecaaS services ensure that security software is maintained with the most current virus definition and security updates.
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