Hananel Livneh is a Senior Product Analyst at Adaptive Shield. He joined Adaptive Shield from Vdoo, an embedded cybersecurity company, where he was a Senior Product Analyst. Hananel completed an MBA with honors from the OUI, and has a BA from Hebrew University in Economics, Political science and Philosophy (PPE). Oh, and he loves mountain climbing.
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Top 5 Configurations to Check When Setting Up a New SaaS App
The old days of buying new software, installing it on the company servers, and making sure everything works is gone - all hail the new IT king, SaaS apps. Yet the ease of connection should not create a false sense of security. Every SaaS platform’s settings need to be hardened to protect the company's assets. This blog post aims to ease that burden by providing a basic SaaS security checklist to make sure the basics are covered.
Into the Breach: Breaking Down 3 SaaS App Attacks in 2022
During the last week of March, three major tech companies - Microsoft, Okta, and HubSpot - reported significant data breaches. This blog will review the three breaches based on publicly disclosed information and suggest best practices to minimize the risk of such attacks succeeding against your organization.
Salesforce Release Updates: A Cautionary Tale for Security Teams
Few people talk about managing the security aspects of Salesforce Release Updates. By understanding what Salesforce Release Updates are, why they pose a security risk, and how security teams can mitigate risk, Salesforce customers can better protect sensitive information.
NIST Cybersecurity Framework: A Quick Guide for SaaS Security Compliance
Reading the NIST Framework in-depth, its complexity is apparent, and following it can be difficult. This article will review the CSF’s key elements, point out its key merits, and suggest implementations for SaaS security.
How SSPM Simplifies Your SOC2 SaaS Security Posture Audit
If you're beginning or on a SOC2 audit journey, then read about how our SSMP solution can streamline the process and shorten the time it takes to pass a SOC2 audit successfully, fully covering your SaaS Security posture.