Cloud Security Perspectives and Insights

Marlette Funding Increases Visibility and Control Over Their Cloud Environment

Taylor Lewis
Product Marketing Manager

IT professionals in every industry are searching to gain higher visibility and control over the use of cloud applications within their organization. This situation is not unique to a company based on size, industry, or location. As monitoring the cloud has become a common challenge in digital transformation, some companies are taking steps to change. Marlette Funding, a financial services technology company based in Wilmington, DE, wanted to better understand the actions of their employees and their 270,000 customers. Selecting the right cloud monitoring solution was extremely important to the company's Chief Information Security Officer, Chet Sharrar, the company evaluated several cloud service providers and did a thorough evaluation of their requirements. Marlette Funding built a strong partnership with Oracle and gained greater visibility into their cloud based environment through Oracle CASB.


The journey to adopting Oracle CASB, was prompted by several challenges, including:

  • The need for visibility into the configuration of cloud services.
  • Limited number of staff members and consolidated tools to complete administrative tasks.
  • Lack of evidence demonstrating effective operation.


As a financial institution, ensuring compliance with security and information movement standards was paramount.

CASB enabled their limited IT staff to set configuration controls and collect actionable evidence on the effectiveness of their operations. Three years later, Marlette Funding's use of CASB has matured and grown across their cloud environment, creating visibility and peace of mind.


Watch the full video featuring Chet Sharrar and learn more about how Oracle CASB and Oracle Security can support your compliance and cloud security strategies.



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