We found a compromise through Obsidian first. I sent it over to the analyst side and it was kinda cool how it broke off. It really told a story of what happened. There were three different alerts that got triggered from that one attack. Obsidian did a really good job piecing it together!


Director of Security Operations

Leading Financial Institution

The Challenge


More SaaS Breaches in the Past 6 Months Than the Past 2 Years Combined


The Average Breakout Time for Attackers is 62 Minutes


SaaS Data Breaches Are More Expensive, Costing $4.75M on Average

The Obsidian Approach

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Detect threats in minutes

  • Stop attack vectors like SSPR, SIM swapping, and helpdesk social engineering before data loss
  • Identify anomalous user behaviors using ML-based algorithms
  • Leverage out-of-the-box detection rules, informed by incident response engagements and mapped to the MITRE ATT&CK framework 
  • Customize rules to adapt to your specific environment

Accelerate incident response

  • Receive actionable alerts with details like role, privilege level, locations, and behavior to respond quickly to SaaS threats
  • Baseline user behavior trends to expedite alert triage
  • Start with tailored remediation steps to accelerate response efficiency
  • Drive investigation and hunt for additional insights with searchable SaaS logs
  • Integrate with SIEM and SOAR platforms to automate incident response workflows
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Prevent future threats

  • Improve your threat detection with growing insights from hundreds of IR engagements and deployments 
  • Gain insights into high-risk users and applications across your SaaS environment

Other SaaS Identity Security Use Cases

Stop SaaS Token Compromise

Detect and respond to Adversary-in-The-Middle (AiTM) attacks in minutes to minimize the breach impact.

Prevent SaaS Spearphishing

Prevent advanced SaaS phishing attacks from stealing sensitive business data.