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10 Hot AI Cybersecurity Tools At RSAC 2024

Source: The Channel Co.

Adaptive Shield introduced news SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) capabilities that offer detection and response for AI-powered applications

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10 Hot AI Cybersecurity Tools At RSAC 2024

10 Hot AI Cybersecurity Tools At RSAC 2024

Source: The Channel Co.

Adaptive Shield introduced news SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) capabilities that offer detection and response for AI-powered applications

Adaptive Shield unveils SaaS security for AI

Adaptive Shield unveils SaaS security for AI

Source: Help Net Security

New AI-driven applications to enable enterprises to mitigate the risks introduced by the growing use of generative AI.

Netpoleon brings Adaptive Shield into A/NZ

Netpoleon brings Adaptive Shield into A/NZ

Source: ARN

Value-add security distributor Netpoleon has expanded its partnership with software-as-a-service (SaaS) security vendor Adaptive Shield into Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ).The collaboration with Netpoleon A/NZ will help meet demand for SaaS security posture management (SSPM) solutions as businesses boost investment in cyber security, following the upswing in SaaS data breaches targeting the region in the past year.‍

Netpoleon and Adaptive Shield sign ANZ distie deal

Netpoleon and Adaptive Shield sign ANZ distie deal

Source: CRN

Security distributor Netpoleon has expanded its partnership with cybersecurity vendor Adaptive Shield to distribute its solutions across Australia and New Zealand (ANZ).

Netpoleon & Adaptive Shield unite for SaaS security boost in ANZ

Netpoleon & Adaptive Shield unite for SaaS security boost in ANZ

Source: Channel Life

Netpoleon, a renowned security solutions provider, has announced its partnership with SaaS security company Adaptive Shield. The collaboration comes at a time when the demand for SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) solutions is surging in Australia and New Zealand.

Adaptive Shield Recognized With Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award in SaaS Security Posture Management

Adaptive Shield Recognized With Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award in SaaS Security Posture Management

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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. Adaptive Shield’s SSPM Platform provides customers full visibility, control and mitigation of SaaS threats, saving them time and costs through posture management

From Cloud Chaos to Controlled Confidence – Adaptive Shield’s Rise in SSPM

From Cloud Chaos to Controlled Confidence – Adaptive Shield’s Rise in SSPM

Source: Info-Tech Research Group

In the ever-evolving landscape of software as a s service (SaaS) security, one company has quietly forged its path, becoming a beacon of protection for large enterprise businesses grappling with the growing complexity of SaaS applications. This is the story of Adaptive Shield, a rising star in the SaaS security space, whose journey from a nimble startup to a recognized industry leader is as remarkable as the solutions it offers.

Stay Safe In The New Year With Enterprise Security Practices At Home

Stay Safe In The New Year With Enterprise Security Practices At Home

Source: Forbes

“There is a common misconception that SaaS (software as a service applications such as Dropbox) providers take care of the security of the organizations’ apps,” explained Maor Bin, CEO and founder of security company Adaptive Shield.

Missing the Cybersecurity Mark With the Essential Eight

Missing the Cybersecurity Mark With the Essential Eight

Source: Dark Reading

Australia's Essential Eight Maturity Model still doesn't address key factors needed to protect today's cloud and SaaS environments.

3 ways to combat rising OAuth SaaS attacks

3 ways to combat rising OAuth SaaS attacks

Source: Helpnet Security

OAuth attacks are on the rise. In December, the Microsoft Threat Intelligence team observed threat actors misusing OAuth apps to take over a cloud server and mine cryptocurrency, establish persistence following business email compromise and launch spam activity using the target organization’s resources and domain name.

Adaptive Shield and Kompingo Join Forces to Elevate SaaS Security

Adaptive Shield and Kompingo Join Forces to Elevate SaaS Security

Source: Channel E2E

This collaboration aims to enhance SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) in the UK, as Adaptive Shield extends its partnership network and improves platform accessibility and local support.Adaptive Shield's union with Kompingo is expected to address the growing demand for effective SaaS security in the UK, according to the company.‍

Adaptive Shield and Kompingo Join Forces to Elevate UK Organizations’ SaaS Security

Adaptive Shield and Kompingo Join Forces to Elevate UK Organizations’ SaaS Security

Source: Yahoo Finance

Adaptive Shield, the leading SaaS security company, today announced a strategic partnership with Kompingo, a renowned UK distributor. The collaboration will help meet the growing demand for SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) throughout the UK as Adaptive Shield extends its network of partners and enhances its platform's accessibility and local support.

Adaptive Shield and Kompingo Join Forces to Elevate UK Organizations’ SaaS Security

Adaptive Shield and Kompingo Join Forces to Elevate UK Organizations’ SaaS Security

Source: CIO Influence

Adaptive Shield, the leading SaaS security company announced a strategic partnership with Kompingo, a renowned UK distributor. The collaboration will help meet the growing demand for SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) throughout the UK as Adaptive Shield extends its network of partners and enhances its platform’s accessibility and local support.

ServiceNow misconfiguration went unexploited, but still cause for concern

ServiceNow misconfiguration went unexploited, but still cause for concern

Source: SC Magazine

News of a misconfiguration in ServiceNow caused great concern over the past several days because it’s estimated that 80% of Fortune 500 companies deploy ServiceNow. If a company was breached, security experts said there would have been direct risks such as data leaks, including passwords, sensitive ticket info, and PII, as well as indirect risk for social engineering campaigns and impact on the organization’s reputation.‍

Adaptive Shield Announced Google Cloud Marketplace Launch

Adaptive Shield Announced Google Cloud Marketplace Launch

Source: CIO Influence

“We welcome Adaptive Shield to our growing ecosystem of partners on Google Cloud Marketplace,” said Dai Vu, Managing Director, Cloud Marketplace & ISV GTM Initiatives of Google Cloud Marketplace.

Adaptive Shield Now Available on Google Cloud Marketplace

Adaptive Shield Now Available on Google Cloud Marketplace

Source: MorningStar

Adaptive Shield, the leader in SaaS Security, today announced its Google Cloud Marketplace launch, which enables businesses to quickly and easily purchase the Adaptive Shield SaaS Security platform directly through the marketplace.

Adaptive Shield Introduces Identity Threat Detection and Response, Safeguarding the Future

Adaptive Shield Introduces Identity Threat Detection and Response, Safeguarding the Future

Source: MSP Today

The SaaS popularity does come with its challenges in terms of securing user identities, access control and data across a multitude of SaaS applications. The existing focus of identity threat detection and response, or ITDR, solutions on endpoints and active directory protection is insufficient to cater to the intricacies of this evolving landscape.

Adaptive Shield launches Identity Threat Detection and Response capabilities

Adaptive Shield launches Identity Threat Detection and Response capabilities

Source: Security Week

Adaptive Shield has launched Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) capabilities to help organizations mitigate identity-related threats. The capabilities can be paired with the company’s SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) solution.

Adaptive Shield Secures Strategic Investment from Blackstone

Adaptive Shield Secures Strategic Investment from Blackstone

Source: Business Wire

Adaptive Shield, a leader in SaaS security, today announced a new investment from Blackstone Innovations Investments, Blackstone's strategic investment arm, bringing its total capital raised to $44M. This investment 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. This growth is creating a new and complex mesh of business-critical applications that are increasingly being targeted by attackers.

Adaptive Shield Receives Strategic Investment from Blackstone

Adaptive Shield Receives Strategic Investment from Blackstone

Source: FINSMES

Founded by Maor Bin and Jony Shlomoff, Adaptive Shield speciliazes in SaaS Security that enables security teams to gain deep visibility and control over all business-critical SaaS applications and secure their entire SaaS stack through threat prevention, detection, and response.

Adaptive Shield Secures Strategic Investment from Blackstone

Adaptive Shield Secures Strategic Investment from Blackstone

Source: Silicon Canals

Adaptive Shield, a leader in SaaS security, today announced a new investment from Blackstone Innovations Investments, Blackstone’s strategic investment arm, bringing its total capital raised to $44M.‍

Blackstone backs Israeli security company Adaptive Shield

Blackstone backs Israeli security company Adaptive Shield

Source: PE Hub

This investment will be used to accelerate Adaptive Shield's mission to protect companies.‍

Plugging the infosec holes before the bad guys can sneak in

Plugging the infosec holes before the bad guys can sneak in

Source: The Register

Security posture management gets its due at RSA. "Posture management continues to accelerate," Maor Bin, CEO of Adaptive Shield, told The Register.

How to mitigate the risk of SaaS-to-SaaS apps

How to mitigate the risk of SaaS-to-SaaS apps

Source: Security Info Watch

Adaptive Shield security researchers discovered a new attack vector caused by a vulnerability within Microsoft’s OAuth application registration

Manual Vs. SSPM: Streamlining SaaS Security Management

Manual Vs. SSPM: Streamlining SaaS Security Management

Source: Security Boulevard

An interesting trend is unfolding in companies around the globe: They are investing in a growing number of SaaS apps to support day-to-day operations but then putting themselves in an extremely precarious situation by failing to invest an equal or larger amount into their security management and staff.‍

Key Lessons for CIOs from Latest Nissan North America Data Breach

Key Lessons for CIOs from Latest Nissan North America Data Breach

Source: CIO Influence

According to the report. a data breach incident exposed details of 17998 people in Nissan’s database, including 785 Maine residents.

Adaptive Shield: Building a Secure SaaS Environment

Adaptive Shield: Building a Secure SaaS Environment

Source: CIO Review

With its perfect line of capabilities, Adaptive Shield’s SSPM platform is deployed in many Fortune 500 accounts and numerous enterprises across a wide range of industry verticals.

Adaptive Shield Announces 100 SaaS App Integrations for Comprehensive SaaS Security

Adaptive Shield Announces 100 SaaS App Integrations for Comprehensive SaaS Security

Source: Associated Press

Adaptive Shield, the leading SSPM company, today announced it is the first and only SSPM platform to cover 100 SaaS platforms and applications out of the box.

The Next Trends In SaaS Security

The Next Trends In SaaS Security

Source: Forbes

As investment in SaaS apps continues, new critical SaaS challenges emerge beyond the classic use case of misconfiguration and user permissions management, such as third-party app access and device-to-SaaS-user posture management.

The Cyber Security Companies That Are Changing The World

The Cyber Security Companies That Are Changing The World

Source: Forbes

Protecting autonomous vehicles, optimizing data-security processes, or managing the organization’s entire cloud apps – here are 7 Israeli companies that are changing the global cyber industry while introducing groundbreaking technologies.

SaaS Security in the Great Resignation

SaaS Security in the Great Resignation

Source: Security Boulevard

The potential threat from employees (or contractors) who have left a company might be one of the greatest risks facing IT teams.

Third-Party App Access Is the New Executable File

Third-Party App Access Is the New Executable File

Source: Dark Reading

By providing these apps and other add-ons for SaaS platforms and associated permissions, businesses present bad actors with more opportunities to gain access to company data.

The Perils of SaaS misconfigurations

The Perils of SaaS misconfigurations

Source: HelpNet Security

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) released the findings of an Adaptive Shield survey, offering insight into the industry’s knowledge, attitudes, and opinions regarding SaaS security and related misconfigurations.

New Cloud Security Alliance Survey Finds SaaS Misconfigurations May Be Responsible for up to 63 Percent of Security Incidents

New Cloud Security Alliance Survey Finds SaaS Misconfigurations May Be Responsible for up to 63 Percent of Security Incidents

Source: VM Blog

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) released the findings of its latest survey, 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report. Commissioned by Adaptive Shield, a leading SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) company, the survey offers insight into the industry's knowledge, attitudes, and opinions regarding SaaS security and related misconfigurations.

New Cloud Security Alliance Survey Finds SaaS Misconfigurations May Be Responsible for up to 63 Percent of Security Incidents

New Cloud Security Alliance Survey Finds SaaS Misconfigurations May Be Responsible for up to 63 Percent of Security Incidents

Source: Aithority

The Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), the world’s leading organization dedicated to defining standards, certifications, and best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment, released the findings of its latest survey, 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report.

Microsoft’s poetic licensing days may be numbered

Microsoft’s poetic licensing days may be numbered

Source: Protocol

So many cybersecurity incidents can be chalked up to bad design, configuration mistakes or poor controls over access to SaaS resources. Of the 43% of companies that said they encountered security problems due to a SaaS misconfiguration, 34% said they lacked visibility in the status of changes and 35% said too many employees had the ability to make security changes, according to research released by Adaptive Shield.

Business teams increase cybersecurity risk due to poor SaaS management

Business teams increase cybersecurity risk due to poor SaaS management

Source: Tech Republic

Two familiar problems are increasing cybersecurity risks for companies that use software-as-a-service: a lack of visibility and too many cooks in the kitchen. A new survey from the Cloud Security Alliance found that IT teams don’t have a complete picture of SaaS in use by business units. That leads to the second big problem: Too many departments have access to security settings within SaaS apps.

SaaS Application and Data Security Tools

SaaS Application and Data Security Tools

Source: MSSP Alert

The overall SaaS application security sector appears to be growing fast, with multiple rivals and venture-backed startups in the market.

4 must-have SaaS security posture management capabilities

4 must-have SaaS security posture management capabilities

Source: Security Magazine

Security leaders are moving into an era of prevention as opposed to detection and response. This is what Software as a Service (SaaS) security posture management (SSPM) is all about.

How Automated Offboarding Can Keep Your SaaS Stack Safe

How Automated Offboarding Can Keep Your SaaS Stack Safe

Source: Infosecurity Magazine

Amid ‘The Great Resignation,’ the damage from employees (or contractors) leaving an organization might be one of the most significant risks facing IT teams today. The latest research from Verizon’s 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report finds that insider threats are responsible for around 22% of security incidents and Cybersecurity Insiders find that approximately 98% of organizations feel vulnerable to insider threats.

Adaptive Shield Partners With CrowdStrike to Introduce Zero Trust SaaS Security Posture Solution to CrowdStrike Store

Adaptive Shield Partners With CrowdStrike to Introduce Zero Trust SaaS Security Posture Solution to CrowdStrike Store

Source: Martech Series

Integration of Adaptive Shield’s SaaS Security Posture Management solution with the CrowdStrike Falcon platform empowers organizations with comprehensive SaaS application context and control to enhance SaaS Security posture for a holistic Zero Trust approach.

MSSP, MDR, XDR and Cybersecurity News Alerts

MSSP, MDR, XDR and Cybersecurity News Alerts

Source: MSSP Alert

Adaptive Shield is now available in the CrowdStrike Store. The solution “makes it easy for security teams to quickly identify and manage risks coming from SaaS users and their associated devices,” the two companies asserted.

5 Channel Partner Program and MSP News Updates

5 Channel Partner Program and MSP News Updates

Source: Channel E2E

Partnership – Zero Trust: Adaptive Shield is now available in the CrowdStrike Store. The solution “makes it easy for security teams to quickly identify and manage risks coming from SaaS users and their associated devices,” the two companies asserted.

2 Cybersecurity Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally 35% or More

2 Cybersecurity Stocks Wall Street Predicts Will Rally 35% or More

Source: Stock News

On Dec. 8, 2021, OKTA and Adaptive Shield, a leading SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) company, announced a tech integration to deliver an integrated solution for SaaS security, Identity and Access Management (IAM). The collaboration might boost the company’s profitability.

Adaptive Shield lands $30M Series A to build out its SaaS security platform

Adaptive Shield lands $30M Series A to build out its SaaS security platform

Source: TechCrunch

Adaptive Shield, which already has customers among Fortune 500 companies, aims to put an end to costly data breaches caused by SaaS security configuration errors that can expose corporate data and government projects.‍

Israeli security management platform startup Adaptive Shield raises $30M

Israeli security management platform startup Adaptive Shield raises $30M

Source: Silicon Angle

Israel security management platform startup A.S. Adaptive Shield Ltd. announced today it has raised $30 million in new funding to expand operations and its business reach. Insight Partners led the Series A round. Also participating in the round were Okta Ventures and Vertex Ventures Israel. Including the new funding, Adaptive Shield has raised $34 million to date, according to Crunchbase.

Adaptive Shield Partners With Macnica Networks For Expansion Into Japan

Adaptive Shield Partners With Macnica Networks For Expansion Into Japan

Source: SecurityInformed.com

Adaptive Shield, a pioneer in SaaS Security Posture Management announces that it has entered into a distribution agreement with Macnica Networks Corp., Japan's global technology solutions company that analyses cyber threats targeting Japanese organizations and provides security solutions.

Organizations at risk from misconfigured SaaS installations

Organizations at risk from misconfigured SaaS installations

Source: IT Pro

Misconfigured SaaS deployments are putting organizations at risk of cyber threats, according to a new study.The research — carried out by IT security firm Adaptive Shield — found that 85% of companies see SaaS misconfigurations as a top security threat, putting it in the top three challenges for today's enterprises.

SaaS misconfigurations are putting businesses at serious risk

SaaS misconfigurations are putting businesses at serious risk

Source: TechRadar Pro

The key issue seems to be the number of tools in circulation. CISOs say they have too many SaaS tools that need to be checked regularly, with just 12% of companies with 50-99 applications able to check their security settings at least once a week. The larger the app count, the less frequent the checks.

Top 5 Attacks in Commonly Used SaaS Apps

Top 5 Attacks in Commonly Used SaaS Apps

Source: Infosecurity Magazine

Remember when cybersecurity was mostly about firewalls, VPNs, and anti-virus software? Those days are long gone. Now one of the most prevalent places for exploitation is connected with misconfigurations found in an organization's SaaS apps?

Why SaaS Security Is So Hard

Why SaaS Security Is So Hard

Source: Security Boulevard

It’s never quiet in the era of cybercrime — and a company’s SaaS security posture is fast becoming a more common vector for bad actors and infiltration.‍

Adaptive Shield Raises $4M in Seed Funding

Adaptive Shield Raises $4M in Seed Funding

Source: Finsmes

Adaptive Shield, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based SaaS application security startup, emerged from stealth with $4m in seed funding.  Vertex Ventures Israel made the investment.‍

Adaptive Shield Emerges From Stealth

Adaptive Shield Emerges From Stealth

Source: Dark Reading

Israeli startup joins growing number of vendors offering platform for detecting and mitigating common configuration errors in cloud environments.

Adaptive Shield raises $4M for its SaaS security platform

Adaptive Shield raises $4M for its SaaS security platform

Source: TechCrunch

Adaptive Shield, a Tel Aviv-based security startup, is coming out of stealth today and announcing its $4 million seed round led by Vertex Ventures Israel. The company’s platform helps businesses protect their SaaS applications by regularly scanning their various setting for security issues.‍

Adaptive Shield Emerges from Stealth with $4 Million Seed Round to Protect $115 Billion Enterprise SaaS Market with Complete App Security Control

Adaptive Shield Emerges from Stealth with $4 Million Seed Round to Protect $115 Billion Enterprise SaaS Market with Complete App Security Control

Source: Venture Beat

Israeli startup Adaptive Shield today emerged from stealth with $4 million in seed funding from Vertex Ventures Israel to automate complete control of SaaS application security. Enterprises depend on SaaS applications but lack resources to correctly configure those apps to prevent cyberattacks, data exfiltration and other risks. Adaptive is addressing this critical problem at the very foundation of the entire $115 billion plus global SaaS market.