As more SaaS platforms have been adopted into the enterprise, SaaS ecosystems have grown complex. That means maintaining appropriate SaaS security is becoming more challenging. A robust SaaS security program covers a business’s entire SaaS footprint and provides security teams with greater visibility into threats.
Many organizations don’t extend their SaaS security program beyond configuration management, but that puts SaaS data at risk. While configuration and posture management are essential for SaaS security, they are just some of the many capabilities necessary for a comprehensive SaaS security program.
Threat Detection & Activity Monitoring
3rd Party App Management
Gaining visibility into everything connected to your SaaS ecosystem is crucial as 3rd party apps are frequent culprits for significant data exposures and leakage. Our research shows that 3rd party risk is more prevalent than most CISOs realize:
- Businesses have an average of 42 connected apps
- Over half of these apps haven’t been used in over 6 months — but they still retain access to sensitive SaaS data
- Nearly half were installed by end-users
AppOmni enables you to inventory all 3rd party apps, determine which end-users are using them, and understand the level of data access each app has been granted.
Data Leak Prevention
Continuous Controls Monitoring
DevSecOps & CI/CD Integration
Governance, Risk & Compliance
AppOmni was founded by experienced security leaders from Salesforce and ServiceNow who saw a gap in the security of SaaS platforms that wasn’t completely addressed by existing security solutions. AppOmni now protects more than 76 million users on SaaS platforms and has secured more than 230 million exposed data records. If you have questions about any of the topics covered, or the SaaS security challenges unique to your organization, we’re happy to help.