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Applying NIST Cybersecurity Framework to Your SaaS Stack

The NIST Framework is essential for organizations interested in hardening security, as it provides a high-level, strategic view of cybersecurity risk. However, the framework hasn’t been adapted to the specific needs of SaaS security. Download this checklist to learn the five functions of the NIST framework and how to apply its principles and best practices to SaaS security.
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Applying NIST Cybersecurity Framework to Your SaaS Stack

The NIST Framework is essential for organizations interested in hardening security, as it provides a high-level, strategic view of cybersecurity risk. However, the framework hasn’t been adapted to the specific needs of SaaS security. Download this checklist to learn the five functions of the NIST framework and how to apply its principles and best practices to SaaS security.
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2024 SaaS Security Trends and How to Close the Gaps with SSPM

Join Matthew Rosenquist, CISO and renowned cybersecurity advocate, and our own Maor Bin, CEO and co-founder of Adaptive Shield, as they dive into the security implications of massive deployment of SaaS apps, and new tactics to prevent SaaS security lapses.

Applying NIST Cybersecurity Framework to Your SaaS Stack

The NIST Framework is essential for organizations interested in hardening security, as it provides a high-level, strategic view of cybersecurity risk. However, the framework hasn’t been adapted to the specific needs of SaaS security. Download this checklist to learn the five functions of the NIST framework and how to apply its principles and best practices to SaaS security.

The Hidden Risks in Your SaaS Applications

David Neuman, senior analyst at TAG Cyber, examines the security risks that come with a move to SaaS applications. He explores all the major attack vectors, and encourages organizations to take a proactive approach to mitigate those risks.

The Business Imperative of SaaS Security Posture Management

David Neuman, senior analyst at TAG Cyber, looks at how the rise of SaaS applications has fundamentally changed the way businesses use software. SaaS applications make up 70% of all business software applications, containing files, sensitive employee and customer data, financial records, and more.

The Total Economic Impact™ of Adaptive Shield's SSPM Solution

The 2024 Forrester Consulting TEI study is designed to determine this ROI includes elements of SaaS Security score, and operational efficiency against costs of a data breach, based on data from the customer experience of a global corporation.

Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award

Adaptive Shield is honored to be recognized as the 2023 tech leader of SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) by Frost & Sullivan. The award recognizes the quality of the Adaptive Shield solution and the customer value enhancements it enables. 

Identity Threat Detection & Response: Solution Brief

Adaptive Shield's ITDR is designed based on the comprehensive understanding of SaaS characteristics and Identity Security within this dynamic landscape. With the widest coverage of over 140 SaaS apps, Adaptive Shield’s prevention capabilities establish the robust security layer in the Identity Fabric, while the threat detection and response engines offer a proactive approach to the security challenges.

Misconfiguration Management: Solution Brief

With Adaptive Shield, every configuration in the SaaS stack is tracked in a centralized location, enabling both business users and security professionals to see failed security checks itemized by severity levels, app security scores, affected users, impacted compliance, and remediation steps needed to improve the application’s security posture.

SaaS-to-SaaS Access: Solution Brief

With Adaptive Shield, you can see how many 3rd-party apps are connected to your SaaS apps, the names of each app, and their risk level based on granted scopes. The security team can see which users authorized the app, the impact removing the app will have, and the app installations, enabling them to make a risk-based decision whether to disable the app.

Identity Security Posture: Solution Brief

Every user identity is a potential entrance into the SaaS application. Adaptive Shield focuses on strengthening organizations' rich identity fabric, preventing unauthorized users from accessing corporate SaaS applications. With Adaptive Shield, you can oversee all identity-based access to apps, provide security teams with full visibility into their users, and ensure sufficient protections are in place to keep threat actors out.

Device-to-SaaS Risk: Solution Brief

When employees access company data using a device with poor security hygiene, they put data at risk. Adaptive Shield integrates with leading endpoint security tools and SaaS app user login data to create a device inventory that delineates every device that accessed the SaaS stack and the user who used the device. Security professionals gain visibility into risks emanating from the devices, and can adjust user access and permissions based on their device.

Offboarding Users from Your SaaS Stack in 7 Steps

From reducing risk to protecting against data leakage, there are no less than five security reasons to make sure you know your users in the coming year. This e-book outlines the steps organizations should take to simplify deprovisioning, and recommends tools to automate the process.

SaaS Security Trends and Your 2024 Strategy – Stay Ahead of the Game

The democratization of IT is in full swing, being led by business units purchasing and securing cloud-based SaaS apps. With this joint responsibility, security teams are being relegated to the role of governors instead of controllers, guiding the SaaS application business owners on how to practice security. 

Kickstarting Your SaaS Security Program Webinar

In today's digital landscape, safeguarding your organization's applications and data within SaaS platforms is paramount. Yet, the path to implementing an effective SaaS security program is not always straightforward.

Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) – Rips in Your Identity Fabric

Corporate SaaS applications are an attractive target for threat actors. When access is compromised, the data within applications can be quickly exfiltrated and monetized. Most threat detection and identity management methods don’t provide enough protection.

Kickstarting Your SaaS Security Program

This guide explores the challenges inherent in SaaS security, shows why SaaS security became a top priority for most CISOs, and provides nuts-and-bolts guidance on how to establish the foundations of a strong SaaS security strategy.

The Annual SaaS Security Survey Report: Plans and Priorities for 2024

This survey aims to provide a deeper understanding of the critical aspects of SaaS security in organizations as seen through the eyes of today’s CISOs and Security Executives.

Schrödinger Increases SaaS Security Posture by 300% in Only 4 Months

As Schrödinger expanded, they increased their reliance on business-critical SaaS applications. The security team had used CASBs in previous roles but were frustrated by the high volume of false positives CASBs generated. The team decided to dive into the security controls of each SaaS application.

Inside the High Risk of 3rd Party SaaS Apps

Are you aware of the potential risks that come with third-party app access to your company's SaaS apps? While it may boost productivity and enable remote work, it also significantly increases your organization's vulnerability to cyberattacks. In fact, security teams and organizations struggle to keep track of the number of connected apps and quantify the level of risk they pose.

How to Tackle the Top SaaS Security Challenges of 2023

In this webinar, we delve into the core of SaaS security and shed light on the biggest challenges SaaS users will encounter in 2023. Maor Bin, CEO & Co-founder at Adaptive Shield provides actionable insights on how an SSPM can help solve these challenges and protect valuable data.

2023 SaaS-to-SaaS Access Report

Any app that can improve business operations is quickly added into the SaaS stack. However, employees don’t realize that this SaaS-to-SaaS connectivity, which typically takes place outside the view of the security team, significantly increases risk. In an effort to better understand this challenge, Adaptive Shield’s researchers analyzed anonymized data from hundreds of tenants to discover the current state of SaaS-to-SaaS access.

Whitepapers / Reports

The Ultimate SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) Checklist 2024 Edition

If purchasing an SSPM solution is on your radar, here’s a checklist for what to look out for when evaluating the different options.

SaaS Security Trends, Challenges and Solutions for 2022

Join these two security experts as they discuss insights from the 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report, highlighting the classic challenges as well as the next trends, and the technology organizations can implement to secure their SaaS stack.

Tenable & Adaptive Shield: Discover Your SaaS Security and Device Posture

By correlating Tenable’s rich endpoint telemetry and ACR and AES scoring within the Adaptive Shield’s SaaS security posture technology, your security team will gain unprecedented context and visibility to easily see and manage the risks that stem from SaaS users and their associated devices.

The SaaS RootKit: A New Attack Vector for Hidden Forwarding Rules in O365

Researchers detected a new SaaS vulnerability within Microsoft’s OAuth application registration. Through this vulnerability, anyone can leverage Exchange’s legacy API to create hidden forwarding rules in O365 mailboxes. This talk will demo the OAuth registration process in Microsoft as well as the use of the new vulnerability.

2022 Gartner® Cool Vendors™ in Application Security Report

We are excited to announce that Gartner has named us a 2022 Gartner Cool Vendors™ in Application Security: Protection of Cloud-Native Applications. Read more to get all the details.

On The Radar: An Omdia Report by Senior Principal Analyst Rik Turner

Accelerated cloud adoption, as well as the burgeoning threat landscape and the ongoing shortage of skilled security professionals, is driving the cybersecurity world towards more proactive approaches, after a decade in which reactive (detect and respond) ones held sway.

Taking a Proactive Approach to Securing SaaS

The explosion in the number and variety of SaaS apps available to enterprises creates both opportunities and challenges. With the growing SaaS stack, the potential attack surface for bad actors also increases.

2022 SaaS Security Survey Report

Our 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report, in collaboration with CSA, dives into how CISOs today are managing the burgeoning SaaS app attack surface and the steps they are taking to secure their organizations.

Crowdstrike & Adaptive Shield: Build a Zero - Trust SaaS Security Posture

A Holistic Solution to Gain Control over Your SaaS Security, Users and Devices. Adaptive Shield, the market-leading SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) solution, has partnered with CrowdStrike, a leader in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), to create a solution that provides an enhanced SaaS Security assessment.

Prioritizing Your Security Vulnerabilities and Misconfigurations

Maor Bin joins the Teiss Talk team to discuss security vulnerabilities and misconfigurations along with Jenny Radcliffe, Professor Leandros Maglaras and Andrea Manning

Adaptive Shield and Okta: Fortified SaaS Security and Identity and Access Management

Joint Offering Ensures That Authorized Users Can Safely Access Any SaaS App Without Exposing Companies to Unnecessary Risks

A Deep Dive into SaaS Security Posture Management Podcast

Get the inside info from our CEO Maor Bin, as he chats to Nabil Hannan on the Agent of Influence.

Shifting Away from Legacy Authentication Protocols in Microsoft 365

In order to enable a smooth transition from these legacy protocols to a modern environment, Adaptive Shield has created a step-by-step guide to help you reduce risk and reinforce your organization’s M365 security.

Black Hat Fast Chat with Maor Bin

Adaptive Shield CEO, Maor Bin, answers why it's a challenge to secure the SaaS app estate.

Attacking and Defending the Microsoft Cloud (eBook)

As companies recognize the many benefits that cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions provide, many organizations have shifted or are in the process of shifting operations into the cloud. For companies using Microsoft, this includes a move to the Microsoft Cloud, including Azure Active Directory (AD) and Microsoft Office 365.

The 2021 SaaS Security Survey Report

To understand how teams are currently dealing with their SaaS security posture, and what their main concerns are in handling SaaS tools, we surveyed 300 InfoSecurity professionals from North America and Western Europe, in companies of 500+ employees.

CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Podcast Talks About SaaS Security Posture and More

A recap of the CISO/Security Vendor Relationship podcast, hosted by David Spark and Mark Johnson. sponsored guest, TIAA's Travis Hoyt.

Attacking and Defending the Microsoft Cloud (Webinar)

The allure of the "Cloud" is indisputable. Organizations are moving into the cloud at a rapid pace. Even companies that have said no to the Cloud in the past have started migrating services and resources. The Cloud is a new paradigm, and the rapid update pace makes it difficult to keep up, especially when it comes to security.

Webinars / Videos

The CISO Gambit: Staying a Step Ahead in SaaS Security Posture

A Black Hat Webcast by Adaptive Shield with Maor Bin.

Solution Briefs

Download the Solution Brief: SaaS Security Posture Management

What is SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM), and how does it allow you to make the most of your SaaS security controls

Solution Briefs

5-Minute Fixes Cheatsheet: Salesforce

While Salesforce has an array of enhanced security measures, misconfigurations still occur on the side of the company deploying the solution. These configuration weaknesses allow an organization to be vulnerable to all types of threats.

Solution Briefs

5-Minute Fixes Cheatsheet: Zoom

The default settings in Zoom may leave your organization vulnerable to all types of threats. While Zoom now has an array of new and enhanced security measures, misconfigurations continue to create problems, putting organizations at risk.

Applying NIST Cybersecurity Framework to Your SaaS Stack

The NIST Framework is essential for organizations interested in hardening security, as it provides a high-level, strategic view of cybersecurity risk. However, the framework hasn’t been adapted to the specific needs of SaaS security. Download this checklist to learn the five functions of the NIST framework and how to apply its principles and best practices to SaaS security.

The Hidden Risks in Your SaaS Applications

David Neuman, senior analyst at TAG Cyber, examines the security risks that come with a move to SaaS applications. He explores all the major attack vectors, and encourages organizations to take a proactive approach to mitigate those risks.

The Business Imperative of SaaS Security Posture Management

David Neuman, senior analyst at TAG Cyber, looks at how the rise of SaaS applications has fundamentally changed the way businesses use software. SaaS applications make up 70% of all business software applications, containing files, sensitive employee and customer data, financial records, and more.

Offboarding Users from Your SaaS Stack in 7 Steps

From reducing risk to protecting against data leakage, there are no less than five security reasons to make sure you know your users in the coming year. This e-book outlines the steps organizations should take to simplify deprovisioning, and recommends tools to automate the process.

Kickstarting Your SaaS Security Program

This guide explores the challenges inherent in SaaS security, shows why SaaS security became a top priority for most CISOs, and provides nuts-and-bolts guidance on how to establish the foundations of a strong SaaS security strategy.

The Annual SaaS Security Survey Report: Plans and Priorities for 2024

This survey aims to provide a deeper understanding of the critical aspects of SaaS security in organizations as seen through the eyes of today’s CISOs and Security Executives.

Schrödinger Increases SaaS Security Posture by 300% in Only 4 Months

As Schrödinger expanded, they increased their reliance on business-critical SaaS applications. The security team had used CASBs in previous roles but were frustrated by the high volume of false positives CASBs generated. The team decided to dive into the security controls of each SaaS application.

2023 SaaS-to-SaaS Access Report

Any app that can improve business operations is quickly added into the SaaS stack. However, employees don’t realize that this SaaS-to-SaaS connectivity, which typically takes place outside the view of the security team, significantly increases risk. In an effort to better understand this challenge, Adaptive Shield’s researchers analyzed anonymized data from hundreds of tenants to discover the current state of SaaS-to-SaaS access.

Whitepapers / Reports

The Ultimate SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) Checklist 2024 Edition

If purchasing an SSPM solution is on your radar, here’s a checklist for what to look out for when evaluating the different options.

2022 SaaS Security Survey Report

Our 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report, in collaboration with CSA, dives into how CISOs today are managing the burgeoning SaaS app attack surface and the steps they are taking to secure their organizations.

Shifting Away from Legacy Authentication Protocols in Microsoft 365

In order to enable a smooth transition from these legacy protocols to a modern environment, Adaptive Shield has created a step-by-step guide to help you reduce risk and reinforce your organization’s M365 security.

Attacking and Defending the Microsoft Cloud (eBook)

As companies recognize the many benefits that cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions provide, many organizations have shifted or are in the process of shifting operations into the cloud. For companies using Microsoft, this includes a move to the Microsoft Cloud, including Azure Active Directory (AD) and Microsoft Office 365.

The 2021 SaaS Security Survey Report

To understand how teams are currently dealing with their SaaS security posture, and what their main concerns are in handling SaaS tools, we surveyed 300 InfoSecurity professionals from North America and Western Europe, in companies of 500+ employees.

2024 SaaS Security Trends and How to Close the Gaps with SSPM

Join Matthew Rosenquist, CISO and renowned cybersecurity advocate, and our own Maor Bin, CEO and co-founder of Adaptive Shield, as they dive into the security implications of massive deployment of SaaS apps, and new tactics to prevent SaaS security lapses.

SaaS Security Trends and Your 2024 Strategy – Stay Ahead of the Game

The democratization of IT is in full swing, being led by business units purchasing and securing cloud-based SaaS apps. With this joint responsibility, security teams are being relegated to the role of governors instead of controllers, guiding the SaaS application business owners on how to practice security. 

Kickstarting Your SaaS Security Program Webinar

In today's digital landscape, safeguarding your organization's applications and data within SaaS platforms is paramount. Yet, the path to implementing an effective SaaS security program is not always straightforward.

Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) – Rips in Your Identity Fabric

Corporate SaaS applications are an attractive target for threat actors. When access is compromised, the data within applications can be quickly exfiltrated and monetized. Most threat detection and identity management methods don’t provide enough protection.

Inside the High Risk of 3rd Party SaaS Apps

Are you aware of the potential risks that come with third-party app access to your company's SaaS apps? While it may boost productivity and enable remote work, it also significantly increases your organization's vulnerability to cyberattacks. In fact, security teams and organizations struggle to keep track of the number of connected apps and quantify the level of risk they pose.

How to Tackle the Top SaaS Security Challenges of 2023

In this webinar, we delve into the core of SaaS security and shed light on the biggest challenges SaaS users will encounter in 2023. Maor Bin, CEO & Co-founder at Adaptive Shield provides actionable insights on how an SSPM can help solve these challenges and protect valuable data.

SaaS Security Trends, Challenges and Solutions for 2022

Join these two security experts as they discuss insights from the 2022 SaaS Security Survey Report, highlighting the classic challenges as well as the next trends, and the technology organizations can implement to secure their SaaS stack.

The SaaS RootKit: A New Attack Vector for Hidden Forwarding Rules in O365

Researchers detected a new SaaS vulnerability within Microsoft’s OAuth application registration. Through this vulnerability, anyone can leverage Exchange’s legacy API to create hidden forwarding rules in O365 mailboxes. This talk will demo the OAuth registration process in Microsoft as well as the use of the new vulnerability.

Taking a Proactive Approach to Securing SaaS

The explosion in the number and variety of SaaS apps available to enterprises creates both opportunities and challenges. With the growing SaaS stack, the potential attack surface for bad actors also increases.

Prioritizing Your Security Vulnerabilities and Misconfigurations

Maor Bin joins the Teiss Talk team to discuss security vulnerabilities and misconfigurations along with Jenny Radcliffe, Professor Leandros Maglaras and Andrea Manning

A Deep Dive into SaaS Security Posture Management Podcast

Get the inside info from our CEO Maor Bin, as he chats to Nabil Hannan on the Agent of Influence.

Black Hat Fast Chat with Maor Bin

Adaptive Shield CEO, Maor Bin, answers why it's a challenge to secure the SaaS app estate.

CISO/Security Vendor Relationship Podcast Talks About SaaS Security Posture and More

A recap of the CISO/Security Vendor Relationship podcast, hosted by David Spark and Mark Johnson. sponsored guest, TIAA's Travis Hoyt.

Attacking and Defending the Microsoft Cloud (Webinar)

The allure of the "Cloud" is indisputable. Organizations are moving into the cloud at a rapid pace. Even companies that have said no to the Cloud in the past have started migrating services and resources. The Cloud is a new paradigm, and the rapid update pace makes it difficult to keep up, especially when it comes to security.

Webinars / Videos

The CISO Gambit: Staying a Step Ahead in SaaS Security Posture

A Black Hat Webcast by Adaptive Shield with Maor Bin.

Identity Threat Detection & Response: Solution Brief

Adaptive Shield's ITDR is designed based on the comprehensive understanding of SaaS characteristics and Identity Security within this dynamic landscape. With the widest coverage of over 140 SaaS apps, Adaptive Shield’s prevention capabilities establish the robust security layer in the Identity Fabric, while the threat detection and response engines offer a proactive approach to the security challenges.

Misconfiguration Management: Solution Brief

With Adaptive Shield, every configuration in the SaaS stack is tracked in a centralized location, enabling both business users and security professionals to see failed security checks itemized by severity levels, app security scores, affected users, impacted compliance, and remediation steps needed to improve the application’s security posture.

SaaS-to-SaaS Access: Solution Brief

With Adaptive Shield, you can see how many 3rd-party apps are connected to your SaaS apps, the names of each app, and their risk level based on granted scopes. The security team can see which users authorized the app, the impact removing the app will have, and the app installations, enabling them to make a risk-based decision whether to disable the app.

Identity Security Posture: Solution Brief

Every user identity is a potential entrance into the SaaS application. Adaptive Shield focuses on strengthening organizations' rich identity fabric, preventing unauthorized users from accessing corporate SaaS applications. With Adaptive Shield, you can oversee all identity-based access to apps, provide security teams with full visibility into their users, and ensure sufficient protections are in place to keep threat actors out.

Device-to-SaaS Risk: Solution Brief

When employees access company data using a device with poor security hygiene, they put data at risk. Adaptive Shield integrates with leading endpoint security tools and SaaS app user login data to create a device inventory that delineates every device that accessed the SaaS stack and the user who used the device. Security professionals gain visibility into risks emanating from the devices, and can adjust user access and permissions based on their device.

Tenable & Adaptive Shield: Discover Your SaaS Security and Device Posture

By correlating Tenable’s rich endpoint telemetry and ACR and AES scoring within the Adaptive Shield’s SaaS security posture technology, your security team will gain unprecedented context and visibility to easily see and manage the risks that stem from SaaS users and their associated devices.

Crowdstrike & Adaptive Shield: Build a Zero - Trust SaaS Security Posture

A Holistic Solution to Gain Control over Your SaaS Security, Users and Devices. Adaptive Shield, the market-leading SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) solution, has partnered with CrowdStrike, a leader in Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), to create a solution that provides an enhanced SaaS Security assessment.

Adaptive Shield and Okta: Fortified SaaS Security and Identity and Access Management

Joint Offering Ensures That Authorized Users Can Safely Access Any SaaS App Without Exposing Companies to Unnecessary Risks

Solution Briefs

Download the Solution Brief: SaaS Security Posture Management

What is SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM), and how does it allow you to make the most of your SaaS security controls

Solution Briefs

5-Minute Fixes Cheatsheet: Salesforce

While Salesforce has an array of enhanced security measures, misconfigurations still occur on the side of the company deploying the solution. These configuration weaknesses allow an organization to be vulnerable to all types of threats.

Solution Briefs

5-Minute Fixes Cheatsheet: Zoom

The default settings in Zoom may leave your organization vulnerable to all types of threats. While Zoom now has an array of new and enhanced security measures, misconfigurations continue to create problems, putting organizations at risk.

The Hidden Risks in Your SaaS Applications

David Neuman, senior analyst at TAG Cyber, examines the security risks that come with a move to SaaS applications. He explores all the major attack vectors, and encourages organizations to take a proactive approach to mitigate those risks.

The Business Imperative of SaaS Security Posture Management

David Neuman, senior analyst at TAG Cyber, looks at how the rise of SaaS applications has fundamentally changed the way businesses use software. SaaS applications make up 70% of all business software applications, containing files, sensitive employee and customer data, financial records, and more.

The Total Economic Impact™ of Adaptive Shield's SSPM Solution

The 2024 Forrester Consulting TEI study is designed to determine this ROI includes elements of SaaS Security score, and operational efficiency against costs of a data breach, based on data from the customer experience of a global corporation.

Frost & Sullivan’s 2023 Global Technology Innovation Leadership Award

Adaptive Shield is honored to be recognized as the 2023 tech leader of SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) by Frost & Sullivan. The award recognizes the quality of the Adaptive Shield solution and the customer value enhancements it enables. 

2022 Gartner® Cool Vendors™ in Application Security Report

We are excited to announce that Gartner has named us a 2022 Gartner Cool Vendors™ in Application Security: Protection of Cloud-Native Applications. Read more to get all the details.

On The Radar: An Omdia Report by Senior Principal Analyst Rik Turner

Accelerated cloud adoption, as well as the burgeoning threat landscape and the ongoing shortage of skilled security professionals, is driving the cybersecurity world towards more proactive approaches, after a decade in which reactive (detect and respond) ones held sway.
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