SaaS to SaaS Access: Visibility and Control of Interconnected Apps

Employees often connect SaaS applications to the core SaaS stack to increase productivity without security team approval. These connected apps frequently request high privilege scopes, posing risk to the organization, or may be malicious. Adaptive Shield identifies every connected app, enabling the security team to minimize risks and mitigate threats.

Let’s Get Technical

Main capabilities:
  1. Vendor name and verification status
  2. Installation date of the app
  3. Description of the application
  4. Users who gave consent to the app
  5. Scopes granted to the app and their risk severity
  6. Last used date, including a summary of the occurrences in which the apps actualized the scopes
  7. Auto-remediation based on policy

How This Can Help You

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