Zero Trust Posture Management

Extend Your Zero Trust Architecture to SaaS Security Posture.

Zero Trust (ZT) architectures operate on the principle that trust should never be assumed implicitly, regardless of the network location or asset ownership. Today, enterprise assets are not confined to a controlled network but rather spread across cloud services, remote offices, and mobile workers. 

AppOmni extends your Zero Trust implementation beyond the network and infrastructure levels into SaaS applications with Zero Trust Posture Management (ZTPM™). It closes critical gaps at the application level, such as misconfigurations in access controls, unchecked privileges, data leaks, or overlooked third-party integrations.

Protect with continuous visibility and monitoring

Monitor user activities and application configurations continuously with identity-aware context. Manage user roles with ZTPM principles, including role-based access control, permissions and entitlements management, and data access in complex SaaS deployments.

Ensure least-privilege access control

Go beyond coarse-grained access controls such as group memberships to set up controls based on Zero Trust principles of granting access based on explicit permissions and the precise requirements of the user’s role and the context of the access request.

Secure third- and fourth-party SaaS integrations

Inspect connections from your monitored SaaS apps to other SaaS apps to ensure that they don’t introduce vulnerabilities or bypass ZTPM controls. These actions effectively extend the Zero Trust framework to encompass SaaS-to-SaaS interactions.

End-to-end Zero Trust Security

Dynamic Policy Enforcement

Strong Identity and Access Protection

Zero Trust Posture Management (ZTPM) — Solution Overview

Looks at the challenges of zero trust implementations focused on network security only and explains how to extend zero trust to SaaS security posture.

See AppOmni in Action

Gain unique insights and remediation suggestions on vulnerabilities, to understand SaaS events and anomalies, and manage third-party SaaS-to-SaaS connections.