Obsidian was the obvious choice for us because of the depth in context and insights they provide across all critical areas of our SaaS ecosystem.

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Hammad Yacoob

SaaS Security Lead, Pure Storage

The Challenge


Organizations Lack Visibility into Their SaaS Attack Surface


55% of Shadow SaaS Apps Are Accessing Core Data, Increasing Risk


70% of SaaS-to-SaaS Integrations Are Inactive, Increasing Exposure

The Obsidian Approach

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Uncover risk across your entire SaaS attack surface

  • Gain a normalized and unified view of all SaaS apps, users, and integrations
  • Visualize and inventory all 3rd-party SaaS integrations to uncover risk
  • Examine dozens of risk factors to gain a comprehensive risk score for each integration
  • Manage integrations that increase risk due to changing access, behavior, and more
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Eliminate unnecessary risk

  • Identify and remove inactive integrations
  • Integrate with webhooks and existing ticketing platforms to streamline remediation workflows
  • Manage approved and unapproved integrations

Prevent the SaaS attack surface from growing

  • Get notified of new integrations or if the integration risk level changes
  • Automatically block access to high-risk apps using the Obsidian Browser Extension
  • Manage new integration requests through appropriate levels of review

Other SaaS Data Governance Use Cases

Manage Shadow SaaS Apps

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

Govern App-to-App Data Movement

Avoid data breaches and non-compliance by managing risky data movement.