Google Workspace Security Posture Management Overview with SpinOne

Gain insight into SaaS security posture management, and how SpinOne can help manage and keep track of your SaaS security posture.

Written By Davit Asatryan (Administrator)

Updated at September 27th, 2023

The SpinOne platform provide All-in-One SaaS Security for mission-critical applications such as Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, Salesforce and Slack. On top of protecting the ecosystem around the SaaS application, SpinOne also helps customers improve their Security Posture by monitoring for configurations and controls of that SaaS application.

Available for customers on the SpinSPM and SpinOne subscriptions for Google Workspace and Microsoft 365.

Head to the Posture Management section from the left panel of your SpinOne platform to learn more. 


You'll immediately notice 4 sections that make up the Posture Management dashboard.


Posture Score

Posture score calculates the number of points achieved based on the configurations completed successfully. Each control that has been completed successfully will add the corresponding number of points to the total, increasing the overall Posture Score. Customers should aim to have as high of a Posture Score as possible.

Points can be achieved from controls in status Pass, Alternative Resolution and Partial Pass.


Posture Breakdown

There are a few statuses that a control may have, see the explanation of the statuses below:

  • Pass - Control has been fully implemented
  • Partial Pass - Control has been implemented partially
  • Alternative Resolution - Control has been fully implemented through alternative methods
  • Risk Accepted - Control has not been implemented but imposed risk has been accepted
  • To Address - Control has not been implemented at all
  • Suppressed - Control has been marked as an exception and is not implemented

Controls completed takes into consideration controls in status Pass, Alternative Resolution and Risk Accepted. Controls in status Suppressed are not counted as a part of all controls.

NOTE: Controls in status Risk Accepted do not add points achieved.

Customers should always work on completing all controls in order to have an accurate Posture Score & Breakdown.



To show the trend of the SaaS application's posture, you can choose to see a 7/14/30 day Posture Score History and specify whether to see the history for controls in all severities - or specific ones.


Outstanding Controls

This widget will prioritize controls that have not been completed based on their severity. High priority controls that are not completed will be shown first.


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