Streamline User Access Reviews for All SaaS Services
Jul 3, 2023
Jul 3, 2023
Stay audit-ready and enable secure access controls, protections, and safeguards for identities — whenever and wherever SaaS is used
The explosion of SaaS adoption has led to unprecedented identity sprawl with some employees creating hundreds of SaaS accounts over the time. Most of these accounts are created with just an email and password, and this has now become the new perimeter for the modern enterprise. Identities are assets, not people. Identity assets are entrusted to people we call “users”.
As users spread identities everywhere, it enables the ability to identify, analyze, and secure those identities, whenever and wherever SaaS is used. By examining how SaaS is consumed by identities, organizations can get a panoramic view of their SaaS-Identity attack surface.
And even if the initial results are overwhelming (with an average of 2,762 apps), securing that SaaS estate can be simplified by focusing on identity — carrying security controls and policies and protections into SaaS relationships, and thereby requiring consistent, continuous, and contextual user access reviews.
Grip SSCP discovers, graphs, and checks your SaaS identity attack surface and mitigates SaaS-Identity risk with automated workflows and simple integrations across the security ecosystem. With Grip, organizations can Validate compliance with standards and regulations with timed, scheduled reporting to know which SaaS are used, by who, and which security mitigations are working.
This is a Grip magic trick that enables security teams to protect more than they can touch; centralizing controls and decentralizing enforcement.
Get insight from out-of-the-box reports calibrated to key SaaS types, assets, and capabilities across all users — including SaaS services with risky functions like file sharing, financial data, and privacy risks to sensitive data. Cross-reference SaaS with exposures to specific assets and users engaged with those apps, including authentication methods used and missing controls. Remove duplicate SaaS functions and capabilities by pinpointing key capabilities shared across SaaS, reducing duplicative SaaS and reining in identity sprawl.
That’s why leading organizations choose Grip for universal identity security in every SaaS connection — continuous, contextual, and consistent protection for their SaaS-Identity attack surface.
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