Tighten the Security Posture of Your SaaS Applications
Enterprise SaaS applications like Salesforce, Workday, Microsoft 365 and G Suite offer auditing, logging, encryption, and access control. But you are still responsible for configuring these applications appropriately and preventing drift. Relying on default values for these settings can be dangerous. You also need to make sure that only users and third party applications that have a valid business need get access to your SaaS applications. Comprehensive SaaS security begins well before a threat manifests.
Obsidian delivers best-in-class SaaS security posture management (SSPM), enabling you to strengthen your security posture proactively. The platform offers unified visibility and monitoring of accounts, privileges and activity. Using Obsidian, organizations can prune inactive accounts and fix common application misconfigurations to reduce risk. A lower risk profile not only reduces the chance of a costly breach, but also lowers the indirect costs of ongoing security efforts. For applications that carry operational costs on a per account basis, smaller account footprints also result in direct savings in operational budgets.
Access and Privileges
Get a list of accounts that a user has across all monitored SaaS applications, as well as an inventory of privileges associated with users in each SaaS application.
Access and Privilege Risks
Use powerful built-in analytics to discover identity and access risks, such as users with excessive privileges, accounts without MFA, or using basic authentication.
Active vs Inactive Accounts
Get an at-a-glance view of active and inactive accounts by service, with historical changes in activity level. Clean up inactive accounts to improve identity hygiene and lower costs.
Continuously monitor configurations and detect settings that weaken the security posture of your most critical SaaS applications. Obsidian provides best practice configuration recommendations to help security teams achieve a strong security posture.
RSAC Innovation Sandbox Finalist
Hear Obsidian co-founder and CTO Ben Johnson give a 3-minute overview of Obsidian at the RSAC 2020 Innovation Sandbox contest.