Prevent the most common SaaS attacks
Find employee accounts vulnerable to credential stuffing and brute force attacks. Automatically harden them and get alerted to suspicious account activities.
Attackers are picking off SaaS accounts with weak and reused passwords using automated credential stuffing and brute-forcing techniques. Auth0 reported that 34% of their traffic is credential stuffing attempts.
Not all SaaS apps support SSO and, if they do, most charge extra for it. That means password-protected accounts aren’t going anywhere. The accounts being compromised aren’t for trivial apps either; they can be business critical no-code solutions and highly sensitive developer tools.
Get visibility of all employees’ SaaS accounts and automatically prompt employees to secure vulnerable accounts with strong, unique passwords and MFA.
Guide employees in the browser to use unique and strong passwords as they’re creating new SaaS accounts. Prevent new vulnerable accounts from existing in the first place.
Technically validate that employees are following your MFA policy. Push identifies which employees are using MFA and then reaches out to those that aren’t to help them enable it.
Identify the accounts where credentials are being shared by multiple employees. Make sure employees are using unique account IDs, not sharing credentials across insecure channels and enabling MFA where possible.
Attackers use mail rules to forward sensitive data or account password resets for other SaaS accounts. Get alerted to this indicator of SaaS compromise in real time to start investigating sooner.