Threat Management for SaaS

The Elements of Comprehensive SaaS Security

To better understand SaaS security today, it is important to recognize why solutions were developed to protect endpoints and cloud infrastructure in the past. Discover how EDR and CSPM emerged to protect against threats to devices and vulnerabilities in cloud infrastructure. Then, hear how Obsidian’s comprehensive approach addresses these components for SaaS.

Breaking down SSPM

Breaking Down SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM)

Security leaders recognize that most of the applications that are critical to their organizations have already transitioned to SaaS. And yet, many security teams struggle to understand the posture of their SaaS environment—and the vulnerabilities that may exist. Learn how SSPM solutions help protect the various components that comprise application posture.

Extend zero trust to SaaS

Zero Trust Security for SaaS Applications

Zero trust is the standard for security leaders who recognize the benefits of “never trusting, always verifying” every piece of their environment. While the implementation of this framework around physical and cloud infrastructure is generally understood, zero trust for SaaS stops at the identity provider for most companies. Learn how to extend the tenets of zero trust all the way to the applications that your business relies on most.

Identify and mitigate SaaS session hijacking

Identify and Mitigate SaaS Session Hijacking

The prevalence of multi-factor authentication and single sign-on has caused attackers to forgo targeting credentials in favor of capturing session tokens. Learn about some of the methods bad actors are employing to steal tokens, hijack sessions, and establish persistence within SaaS identity providers and business-critical applications.

Prevent oauth abuse in SaaS environment

Prevent OAuth Abuse in the SaaS Environment

The ability for your applications to connect and communicate with one another is one of the greatest productivity benefits of SaaS. At the same time, authorizing OAuth applications to connect to core SaaS platforms creates a new opportunity for attackers to potentially exploit. Learn about some of the various methods of OAuth abuse and find out how Obsidian can help identify and mitigate these threats.