Prior to Obsidian, we had no way to validate what integrations we have, how they are being used, what permissions they are asking for, and who is using them.

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Hammad Yacoob

SaaS Security Lead, Pure Storage

The Challenge


70% of Integrations Are Inactive, Needlessly Increasing Your Exposure


80% of Countries Have Data Protection Laws Requiring App-to-App Visibility


60% of LLM-Based Apps Are Unfederated, Yet Access Your Core Data

The Obsidian Approach

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85% reduction in the SaaS attack surface

  • Discover all 3rd-party SaaS integrations to uncover risk
  • Gain a comprehensive risk score for each integration by inspecting numerous risk factors 
  • Manage unapproved, new, and inactive integrations

Govern data moving across apps

  • Manage app-to-app data movement and ensure data residency with dataflow visualization
  • Take corrective actions on apps and integrations that don’t meet your security requirements 
  • Surface high-risk integrations due to changing access, behavior, and more
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Manage shadow SaaS risk

  • Discover unsanctioned apps across your SaaS environment
  • Identify shadow SaaS applications that integrate into your core applications 
  • Gain a better understanding of risk with insights into users, login frequency, user activity, and more
  • Block unsanctioned and high-risk apps through the Obsidian Browser Extension

Explore Data Governance Use Case

Reduce the SaaS Attack Surface

Manage and secure your SaaS apps and integrations to reduce your attack surface.


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.