Businesses today run nearly every facet of their operations using a wide array of interconnected SaaS apps. Adaptive Shield’s team is here to keep you informed as well as help you secure your SaaS estate.
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Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Adaptive Shield with 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award in SSPM
Adaptive Shield is honored to announce that Frost & Sullivan recently assessed the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) security posture management (SSPM) industry and based on its findings, recognizes Adaptive Shield with the 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award.
On December 13, MongoDB detected an exposure in their systems, of customer account metadata and contact information. This blog dives into the details and recommends how to protect your organization from risk.
Threat actors leveraged compromised credentials to access Sumo Logic’s Amazon Web Services account. This blog article takes a look at the details of the breach and provides organizations with best practices to prevent attackers from using old keys that may have been compromised.
Earlier this week, ServiceNow acknowledged a misconfiguration that could expose sensitive corporate information to the public. In this blog, we analyze the issue, explaining why this critical application misconfiguration could have serious consequences for businesses, and offer remediation guidance.
Identity Threat Detection and Response: Rips in Your Identity Fabric
As the SaaS security attack surface continues to widen, organizations require a comprehensive approach to handling the entire SaaS ecosystem. Today, Identity Threat Detection & Response (ITDR) capabilities are a crucial aspect of SaaS security and require deep knowledge and proven expertise.
Adaptive Shield Secures Strategic Investment from Blackstone
Adaptive Shield today announced a new investment from Blackstone Innovations Investments, which will be used to accelerate Adaptive Shield’s mission to protect companies as the number of SaaS applications used by enterprises has continued to grow rapidly.
Why High Tech Companies Struggle with SaaS Security
There's a common misconception that high-tech companies have a SaaS security advantage over older industries that are not burdened by decades of legacy systems. In reality, attacks and data breaches are just as likely to harm tech companies.
CASBs and SSPM are complementary solutions, however, they each focus on different aspects of SaaS data security. This blog will dive into the key differences between the two solutions and how CASB and SSPM can work together to create a consolidated SaaS security program.
Adaptive Shield Partners with Datadog for Seamless SaaS Security Management
Adaptive Shield has partnered with Datadog, the observability service for cloud-scale applications, to provide joint customers with the ability to stream and visualize SaaS security alerts from Adaptive Shield.
With an average of 100 apps being used, the average security team is flying blind without visibility and control over a critical mass of their organization’s entire SaaS app stack. It’s important that all SaaS apps be managed at scale, which is why organizations need a solution that offers both comprehensive checks and breadth of app coverage.
Healthcare organizations have been cautious in moving toward cloud technologies and SaaS applications. However, as the industry begins to shift and embraces the cloud, healthcare security professionals need to understand how SaaS security impacts their Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act (HIPAA) compliance posture.
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) sets standards across various industries. ISO 27000:2018 and ISO 27001:2013 can be used to help build out a strong security posture. Read more to understand the two recent yet different versions of ISO compliance standards and how SSPM can help security teams ensure ISO compliance.
Misconfigurations 101: The Three V’s of SaaS App Configurations Weaknesses
The ease with which SaaS apps can be deployed and adopted is remarkable, but it has quickly become a double-edged sword. On one hand, the availability of SaaS tools enables employees to work from anywhere. For IT and security teams however, the adoption of SaaS apps has become a daunting endeavor. Misconfigurations are brought on by many different factors, the top three can be summed up into the three V’s.
After 2 years of virtual events, RSA Conference 2022 in San Francisco brought back face-to-face interaction. And wow, what an experience! From live sessions and parties to games and demos galore, RSA was packed with it all. Here’s a recap of Adaptive Shield at RSA.
Every year the leaders and entrepreneurs of the cybersecurity world come together for four days for the annual RSA Conference. Finally, after many years of the event being virtual, RSA is back in its physical form. This year's conference will feature numerous presentations from industry leaders offering unique insights and fresh perspectives on the world of cloud and SaaS security. We have gathered a list of the 13 top talks taking place at RSA 2022.
New 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report Shines a Light on CISOs' Perspectives for Today's Enterprises
To better understand how teams are dealing with their SaaS security posture, Adaptive Shield partnered with the leading organization dedicated to promoting best practices for ensuring cyber security, Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), to develop the 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report.
Adaptive Shield Partners With CrowdStrike to Introduce Zero Trust SaaS Security Posture Solution to CrowdStrike Store
Adaptive Shield partners with CrowdStrike, a leader in cloud-delivered protection of endpoints, cloud workloads, identity and data, to introduce a new Zero Trust SaaS Security Posture solution to the CrowdStrike Store, a cybersecurity app marketplace.
Adaptive Shield Receives $30M Series A Investment from Insight Partners to Help Businesses Gain Control of All their SaaS Investments
This $30 million round A investment will enable Adaptive Shield to meet growing demand for Security Posture Management Solutions that eliminate misconfigurations across any SaaS platform including Office 365, Salesforce, Slack, GitHub and Workday
Adaptive Shield Partners with Macnica Networks for Expansion into Japan
Through this collaboration with Macnica Networks, Adaptive Shield can further accelerate the safe use of SaaS applications by Japanese companies, helping them maintain a clean, safe and efficient SaaS app environment.
Adaptive Shield Joins Cloud Security Alliance to Raise Awareness Around Critical SaaS Risks
Adaptive Shield, the leading SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) company, today announced that it has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world's leading organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment.
Adaptive Shield Delivers SaaS Security on the Snowflake Data Marketplace
Outside the domain of Snowflake’s robust native security controls, potential vulnerabilities and configuration weakness can still occur. Read more to gain insight and free access to SaaS Security for Snowflake.