Leaders from CrowdStrike, ElevateBio, and Obsidian discuss SaaS threats to the healthcare industry.
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BigCommerce stays ahead of SaaS security threats with Obsidian.
Leading enterprises across all industries trust Obsidian to secure their SaaS applications.
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SaaS Security Posture Management with Obsidian
Everything you need to protect SaaS, all in one place, so you can focus on what matters.
Identify and Mitigate SaaS Session Hijacking
Prevent attackers from capturing session tokens and establishing persistence within your SaaS environment.
SaaS Check-Up: Strategies for Combating SaaS Threats
Security leaders discuss emerging threats to the healthcare industry and steps you can take to protect your organization.
Detect and mitigate account compromise before your data can be exfiltrated. Empower security teams to investigate threats within and across SaaS applications.
Harden your configurations with best practices and insight into how they will impact users. Identify where to reduce privileges based on individual and peer metrics.
The Obsidian Difference
Our platform delivers data engineering, data science, and threat research so your security team can focus on what matters most – protecting your interconnected SaaS environment.
We retrieve, normalize, and enrich application state data across tenants to create a comprehensive knowledge graph of user activity and privilege.
We go beyond alerts, creating actionable recommendations for your security team and showing the exact impact of potential changes in your environment.
Connect to your applications in a few clicks, with no agents or software to deploy. Obsidian comes ready with expert rulesets to get you started quickly.
Applications We Cover
Snowflake has hundreds of SaaS applications- to gain visibility into those SaaS applications, could take months. With Obsidian we were able to do that in days, if not hours.
When we saw the attackers land on endpoints, one of the first things they did was go search for interesting sessions to steal.