Today, there is a notable shortage in cybersecurity professionals to support the complexity of modern security programs. Technology providers need to do more. The DoControl No-Code SaaS Security Platform will help ensure the success of your security team, and enable them to free up time and resources to focus on the strategic initiatives that are critical to your business.
Today, SaaS applications are one of the most preferred methods to share data – both sensitive or otherwise. It's imperative that security teams monitor and control access, as well as automatically remediate the loss, leakage, and misuse of sensitive company data. Move your Zero Trust Architecture to the next level and extend least privilege to the SaaS application data layer.
The last time the RSA Conference was a live, in-person event was right before the world as we knew it came to a screeching halt. Every technology vendor did their best to rollout “virtual” events which were in no way comparable to the real thing. Everyone – including all of us here at DoControl – was missing the “human connection.” As a vendor that was “born out of the pandemic,” we were very excited to (for the first time!) meet face-to-face with prospects, customers, peers, partners and more to talk about all things Software as a Service (SaaS) data security.
In today’s hybrid work environment, SaaS security has never been more important. Understanding your existing risks is a critical step to choosing the right security tool, but few SaaS apps provide the visibility necessary to perform a proper assessment.
On April 12th, GitHub announced they had uncovered evidence of an attacker abusing stolen OAuth user tokens to download data from dozens of their customers. The applications maintained by the compromised platform service providers, Heroku and Travis-CI, were used by GitHub users, which makes this breach a new addition to the growing list of recent attacks that utilized unauthorized access to target suppliers' systems.
Remaining conscious of these top 10 risks and encouraging employees to take preventative measures is best practice for any organization; however, it’s incredibly complex to ensure adherence across every single SaaS application used by the business. DoControl provides a crucial tool in the form of a centralized dashboard for visibility into all end-user activity within SaaS applications, and customizable security workflows that allow for the implementation of consistent security policies across the entire SaaS estate.
Teasing out some of what’s reflected in Okta’s report only highlights the importance of centralizing the security of SaaS applications. The increased reliance on content collaboration apps requires increased security around them. The use of multi-vendor solutions that overlap require a consistent security strategy that scales in line with the growth and usage of these applications. If stop-gap measures are becoming longer term, then it's critical for organizations to reevaluate their security posture and ensure they have the necessary data access controls in place. Request a demo to see why more organizations are choosing to partner with DoControl to implement risk-based, future-proofed data access control workflows and policies.
You can’t protect what you don’t know exists. If you lack the insight and visibility across all the different SaaS applications that are being utilized by both internal and external users and entities, then it is extremely challenging to get an accurate assessment or quantification of the risk that you are faced with.
While ZTNA micro segments on identities, networks, and devices, ZTDA micro segments on users, 3rd party collaborators, identity provider group membership, HR employment status, file type, file location, PII detection, malware detection, and more