SaaS Security Checks: A Wealth of Information for Every Check

When viewed across the entire SaaS stack, enterprises can have upwards of hundreds to thousands of settings that must be configured correctly and continuously to limit risk. Adaptive Shield automatically checks each setting, measuring security against industry benchmarks and company policy before giving each check a pass/fail score. Security teams and app owners can easily identify misconfigurations and follow remediation steps to minimize risk.

Let’s Get Technical

Each security check includes:
  1. Security Domain – area of the application that the setting impacts, such as Access Control, Data Leak Protection, and Malware Protection
  2. Impact Level – risk level of the misconfiguration
  3. Affected Users – users who are affected by the misconfiguration
  4. Current Status – passed/failed/dismissed
  5. Remediation Plan – step-by-step instructions to secure the configuration and ticketing process
  6. Reason for Alert – detailed explanation of the potential risk of the misconfiguration
  7. History Log – detailed log, including comments about the security check

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