Companies are moving their critical business systems to SaaS. Security teams lack the unified visibility they need to detect and respond to threats quickly. They are not able to answer basic questions: Who can access SaaS apps? Who are the privileged users? Which accounts are compromised? Who is sharing files externally? Are applications configured according to best practices? 75% of the cloud is SaaS. It is time to level up SaaS security.
Obsidian is the industry’s first Cloud Detection and Response solution. Obsidian is the only platform that delivers unified visibility of users, privileges and activity in SaaS, allowing you to detect and investigate breaches, uncover insider threats, and secure SaaS apps without affecting productivity.
Protect user and service accounts from takeover and misuse. Keep your cloud assets safe without degrading the experience of legitimate users.
Discover overly permissive file sharing, mail forwarding, third party applications with broad privileges, and more. Unleash the power of collaboration while securing business assets.
Quickly discover indicators of anomalous logins, SaaS persistence, data exfiltration, lateral movement, OAuth token abuse, and other threats with unified visibility and analytics.
Discover data exposure, privilege elevation, backdoor accounts, inappropriate sharing and other signs of intentional and accidental insider threats and access misuse.
Quickly investigate incidents, identify the root cause and assess impact with a consolidated, enriched view of users, privileges, and activity across SaaS applications.
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Obsidian has built deep integrations with leading SaaS and IaaS services and identity providers to provide comprehensive protection for today’s business applications.
“After deploying Obsidian to monitor our SaaS apps, the number of accounts being compromised weekly went from 400 to 1.”