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The transition to hybrid work enabled by powerful Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions has revolutionized how businesses carry out business-critical tasks. However, as organizations continue to transform using these robust cloud-native tools, they must be in control of the vulnerabilities those applications expose.
Bridge the gap in your SaaS Security Stack
Businesses must effectively identify the vulnerabilities in their current security posture to control the vulnerabilities presented by SaaS applications. It includes evaluating SaaS apps carefully to perform proper risk analyses for these before they are allowed to integrate with critical business data. Any security gaps or weaknesses represent security risks. In addition, strengthening security posture using modern cybersecurity tools and automation helps secure SaaS environments.
What risks are common with SaaS?
- Shadow IT
- Data leak
- Data loss
As attack groups continue to pivot their focus to cloud environments, SaaS environments are not immune to ransomware attacks. Malicious SaaS applications or browser plugins integrated into the environment can easily hide ransomware processes. These can encrypt and hold data hostage in cloud storage, email, and other locations.
Shadow IT refers to the use of unauthorized SaaS applications within an organization. SaaS environments make integrating all kinds of apps from SaaS marketplaces extremely easy. By default, users can add SaaS applications without any limitations.
Unfortunately, this practice can lead to many unapproved third-party SaaS applications with access to critical or sensitive data. Therefore, controlling SaaS integrations and assessing the risk of legitimate applications based on several risk factors is required.
The cost of a data breach is enormous and can cost a company dearly for years to come. In addition, customer confidence and brand reputation can be pummeled during and after a data breach. Like installing SaaS applications, data sharing in SaaS environments is easy. However, it can lead to sensitive data exposure or an all-out breach.
Despite the robust nature of SaaS environments backed by world-class data centers, data loss can and does happen when businesses are not adequately protecting their data or relying solely on the SaaS provider. With the shared responsibility model of SaaS providers, customers are solely responsible for protecting their data. Without third-party backup solutions, data loss can occur.
Meet us at RSA 2023!
SpinOne is an all-in-one SaaS security solution that protects SaaS data for mission critical apps – helping enterprises to:
- Mitigate the risk of ransomware, shadow IT, and data leak or loss
- Save time with automated solutions
- Reduce downtime from weeks to hours, dramatically reducing recovery costs
- Improve compliance while enabling collaboration
Come meet us at RSA 2023 at booth #348 South Expo to discuss how the Spin.AI solution can help your business take control of your SaaS environment. If you would like to book a meeting with Spin, fill out the form here: Meet with Spin.AI at RSA 2023.
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