Your employees need their SaaS apps to do their jobs, you need to secure them to do yours

What is Push?

Get deeper insight than CASBs with broader coverage than SSPM tools

The Push SaaS security platform finds security issues that arise from employees’ use of third-party business apps and fixes them.

Push gives you deeper security insights than CASBs, broader coverage of SaaS use than SSPM solutions, and automatically fixes issues.

What can Push do for me?

Easily scale security to meet the productivity needs of your business

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Visibility of the SaaS apps used across your entire company

Get complete and accurate visibility of all the apps employees are using and entrusting with corporate data.
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Easy prevention of the most common SaaS attacks

Help employees protect their accounts from attackers using credential stuffing, brute force and phishing techniques. Get alerted in real-time to suspicious account activities. 
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Reduce third-party supply chain risk

Maintain an up-to-date SaaS inventory, get notified in real-time when employees adopt new apps or connect new integrations and review their risk profiles.
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Automate fixes and free-up your security team for deeper work

Automatically prompt SaaS users to implement simple improvements that address security risks.

Key features

Account compromise detection

Real-time detection of suspicious mail rules, a high fidelity indicator of compromise. Rapidly detect and disable them to prevent further account compromise.

Account password hardening

Not every app supports SSO and many that do charge extra for it. Make sure employees are using strong and unique passwords when they have to.

App-to-app integration management

Protect your SaaS attack surface by monitoring the apps that can access your data and removing risky or dormant integrations.

Automated MFA deployment

MFA is the cornerstone of a strong identity and access management approach. Make sure employees are using it to protect their SaaS accounts.

SaaS app and account discovery

Take control of shadow SaaS sprawl. Get visibility of all the apps employees are using and the security issues putting your data at risk.

How does Push work?

Push uses an API integration with Microsoft 365 or Google Workspace as well as a browser extension to discover what apps your employees are using and to detect security issues.

You can review and fix security issues yourself in the Push platform. Alternatively, you can let Push automatically prompt employees (using Teams, Slack and the Push browser extension) to fix simple issues themselves.

Why a browser extension?

Provide security where and when it's needed with Push's browser extension

The browser is where employees usually access their SaaS apps.

The Push browser extension allows you to get the most accurate visibility into employee SaaS use, detect existing security risks and provide just-in-time guidance to prevent new ones.

Other data sources either have blind-spots, or generate large volumes of false-positives.

Get set up in 10 minutes

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Set up an account on the Push website.

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Integrate Push with your MS 365 or Google Workspace. Push will generate the relevant integration link for you or an admin to use.

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Deploy the browser extension. You can either do a mass deployment, or, send a one-click enrolment to individual employees using email or Slack/Teams.

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Enable ChatOps. Integrate Push with Teams or Slack. Select which topics you want to enable for your employees and security team.


What data does Push need?

Does Push monitor employees accessing personal accounts?

Will Push be able to see all our employees’ SaaS account passwords?

Will Push immediately start sending our employees ChatOps messages?

What SaaS apps do you support?

How does Push protect our data?

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