Monitor and Control

By increasing the amount of SaaS applications being utilized, and the users and collaborators within these systems, enterprises are continuing to increase their attack surface, which is outside the traditional network and endpoint.

Continuous monitoring of business-critical SaaS applications and data is required in order to gain real-time visibility for any indicators of compromise or a data breach.

Continuous monitoring provides enterprises with the ability to improve their security posture, mitigate vendor risk, and provide support for stringent regulatory and compliance requirements.
Continuous monitoring of data access within SaaS applications

Webhook Events

DoControl subscribes to SaaS providers’ webhook events to aggregate and normalize 500+ event types into one centralized location, allowing for greater visibility across SaaS users, external collaborators, domains, and 3rd party OAuth applications.

Security Investigations

Security / IT teams can quickly assess and respond to security investigations based on clear analysis of user behaviors over time, and across complex SaaS application environments.

Rich data sets are provided involving internal users, external collaborators, assets, groups, domains, and more.

Detection and Response

DoControl continuously analyzes user behavior to generate data-driven alerts categorized into high, medium, and low risk levels.

Security / IT teams can take a risk-based approach to securing SaaS applications and data, enabling them to focus on other mission-critical tasks.

Audit and Compliance Support

By consolidating all user activity events, combined with a complete asset inventory, DoControl curates all compliance evidence required, simplifying the audit process involving SaaS data access and controls.
DoControl Zero Trust Data Access Risk Assessment

Do you know who has access to your data?

Let us uncover the true scope of your organization’s SaaS application risk and exposure, and close the gap in just a few simple steps.
Free Risk Assessment