Secure Your Salesforce Data
AppOmni delivers advanced security for your Salesforce environment.
AppOmni’s SaaS Security platform mitigates Salesforce security risks by providing Security, Compliance, and IT teams with the proper tooling to effectively manage security across all Salesforce environments.
AppOmni for Salesforce
Salesforce is an incredibly powerful system, customized and relied upon by teams in nearly every department across organizations. As your Salesforce environments live and grow, access control can become a tangled web. Salesforce admins and Security teams alike need to understand who has access to what, and why, with confidence.
Effectively managing the Salesforce platform requires staying up-to-date on the latest releases and functionality, as well as ensuring that the proper security measures and processes are in place. AppOmni’s industry-leading SaaS security experts have deep knowledge of and expertise in managing and protecting Salesforce.
Supported Salesforce Products and Services
AppOmni for Salesforce Customer Benefits
IDENTIFY INCORRECT PERMISSIONS AND CONFIGURATIONS
AppOmni delivers unparalleled visibility in minutes. Review over 225 Salesforce configuration settings and 350+ system permissions in one place to ensure accurate configuration and make changes with confidence.
LEVERAGE OUT-OF-THE-BOX SECURITY BEST PRACTICES
The powerful AppOmni modeling engine allows you to write permissions and access rules without having to understand or review each Profile or Permission Set. AppOmni helps make sure your Salesforce configurations never deviate from your business intent.
GET A COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF YOUR SALESFORCE ENVIRONMENT
AppOmni delivers expert-built default policies and metrics. You can compare how data access has changed over time for specific users or roles, and prove compliance with regulatory standards, including SOX, SOC 2, ISO 27001, NIST.
AppOmni for Salesforce Key Features
Related Salesforce Content
This is a follow up to an article AppOmni Offensive Security Engineer, Aaron Costello, wrote in October 2020. It discusses some of the most common security issues and how to mitigate those issues.
This article provides an overview of Named Credentials, a feature introduced by Salesforce in the Spring ’15 release to combat the issue of hardcoded credentials within an organization’s Apex codebase.
This article discusses the security nuances unique to Salesforce Flow development as well as permission management pitfalls. Aaron Costello also shares how organizations can combat those pitfalls.
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Find out who and what has access to your SaaS data and determine whether your security configurations match your business intent.