Prior to Obsidian, we had no way to validate what integrations we had, how they were being used, what permissions they were asking for, or who was using them. Without Obsidian we would have had an unsustainable amount of manual work and a huge lack of visibility.

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Hammad Yacoob

SaaS Security Program Lead, Pure Storage

The Challenge


15% Growth in 3rd-Party Apps Every 60 Days


CASB, DLP, and SASE Are Blind to App-to-App Data Movement


80% of Countries Have Data Protection Laws

The Obsidian Approach

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Uncover your SaaS integrations

  • Get a normalized view of all active and inactive SaaS integrations
  • Discover apps with high-risk integrations
  • Know which apps have access to sensitive data

Govern data moving across apps

  • Investigate app-to-app movement through dataflow visualization
  • Gain activity and access context for each integration 
  • Manage data movement and access to meet data residency requirements
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Block unsecured data access

  • Take corrective actions on apps and integrations that don’t meet your security requirements 
  • Remove inactive integrations to minimize data exposure
  • Disable risky integrations based on the criticality or sensitivity of the data

Other SaaS Data Governance Use Cases

Shadow SaaS

Detect, block, and manage unsanctioned SaaS apps to reduce the risk of a data breach.

Reduce the SaaS Attack Surface

Discover and manage your SaaS integrations to reduce your attack surface.