The discovery of a ~125 GeV Higgs boson is a milestone in particle physics. The Higgs data has profound implications for the deepest question that confronts us at the TeV scale: Is electroweak symmetry breaking natural? In this talk, I will explain the implications in the SUSY context. In particular, I will demonstrate that a natural Higgs is necessarily not a SM Higgs and present the Higgs coupling constraints on the scalar top sector in natural SUSY. I will also show the correlation between deviations of Higgs couplings and a potential new bosonic scale beyond the electroweak scale.