Manage third-party supply chain risk
Reduce your SaaS attack surface. Get notified when employees self-adopt new apps so you can review their risk profiles.
Businesses today have to trust hundreds, if not thousands, of third-party SaaS suppliers with their data. Every app expands your attack surface and introduces new supply chain risks, like consent phishing.
Too often, IT and security are brought in at the end of the app onboarding process, when multiple employees are using the app and have given it access to production data. And most free apps and trials never get security reviewed at all.
Get alerted via ChatOps every time an employee signs up for a new SaaS app or integrates an app with your Microsoft 365 and Google Workplace tenant.
Review employee-adopted apps sooner, and remove any you don’t want or need.
See risk indicators for all app-to-app integrations so you can make a quick judgment call about whether you can accept the risk.
Not happy with the app and the data it can access? You can remove the integration either in the Push platform or using the ChatOps alert message.
Stop dormant app integrations from building up over time and exposing your business to unnecessary supply-chain risks.
Push automatically reduces your attack surface by asking employees to remove any integrations they are no longer using.
When a SaaS vendor reports a breach, you can rapidly determine whether anyone in your business has been using the app and find what data that has potentially been compromised.