Organizations, on average, use almost 200 SaaS applications, and managing all those configurations is an amazingly complex task. Gaps Misconfigured security settings that seem minor are exactly the type of security risks that hackers love to exploit to gain access to an application.

In order to keep track of all the changes made by the SaaS vendors and the exceptions made by the organization, Suridata provides a simple,
easy-to-use SSPM platform A solution that monitors your entire SaaS ecosystem to ensure that the various services are configured securely, data is not exposed, and risks are prioritized. By providing IT managers a consolidated view of the entire ecosystem in near-real time, Suridata makes sure that no misconfiguration goes unnoticed.

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3rd Party
Integrations Analysis

Employees who rely on SaaS applications are authorized to connect ​numerous 3rd party plugins Code developed externally to an existing program/service and integrated (“plugged-in”) to it to add specific capabilities for major and minor services. ​These “collaborations” involve sharing data, granting access, and editing privileges. This places a risk to the confidentiality, integrity, and availability The CIA Triad is a benchmark model in information security designed to evaluate how an organization handles data when it is stored, transmitted, or processed. of data in a system.

In order to minimize these security risks, Suridata monitors and analyzes all 3rd party integrations. By helping IT and security teams track the source of these connections and understand the range and depth of permissions given, Suridata empowers them to view, control, and take action Review the risk, revoke or restrict permissions, remove a plugin, block plugins from being installed (specific ones or all of them), etc. across the SaaS ecosystem.​

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SaaS Security Detection
and Response (SSDR)

SaaS breaches can occur by hackers taking over legitimate users' accounts or even by insider malicious employees. They can exfiltrate data Leaked or stolen information from the company. This can range from customers’ or employees’ personal identifiable information (PII) to a company’s own intellectual property and financial information, change settings and delete records, all of which can cause serious damage to the company.​

Suridata monitors users' activities Various actions taken by the users that can be an indication of malicious behavior. This can include logins, accessing data (viewing, modifying, deleting), external and internal sharing, activity on unusual hours/days, settings changes, etc. across platforms to identify and halt breaches before they become damaging. This helps you pre-emptively identify abnormal and suspicious activities and shut down the hack in its early stages.​

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SaaS Data

Each potential security breach can have a different impact on the data, the devices, and the users of a SaaS application. Before any action is taken, these consequences must be evaluated to inform decisions on how and when to proceed. With dozens of potentially interdependent security risks Risks faced by any one agent depend not only on its choices, but also on those of all others, this can be a very complex and time-consuming effort.

In order to be able to make calculated decisions in a timely manner, Suridata analyzes
sensitive data exposure When unauthorized parties gain access to sensitive information from an organization. Data exposures typically suggest a lack of adequate security controls or processes automatically and swiftly. This gives you awareness across your SaaS applications, helping you to understand where the data resides and who accessed and shared it internally or externally.​

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