Get real-time visibility of SaaS use
Keep an accurate, automatically-updating inventory of business apps employees are entrusting with corporate data.
Cloud apps form a critical part of your asset inventory. SaaS vendors target end-user self-adoption using free trials or versions of apps to drive sales. This leads to shadow SaaS sprawl and can be a nasty surprise during a SOC2 or ISO27001 audit.
But getting accurate visibility is hard. It requires a variety of data sources that provide complete coverage, but without capturing excessive noise.
Detect both social and user credential (username & password) logins. Push is the only solution to combine browser and API data.
This approach gives you complete visibility of all SaaS used in your business, including free tiers and trials, without the false positives.
See all the third-party services that employees have connected to your core platforms and the data they are permitted to access.
Push enriches the data with security insights that highlight areas of risk and makes it easy to remove any you don’t trust.
Find out which accounts are being used by multiple employees. Account sharing increases the chances of account compromise and can lead to contract and compliance violations.
Push shows you which SaaS accounts are being accessed by multiple users so you can quickly resolve any licensing issues.
Quickly pull up a current view of all SaaS apps being used across your business.
You can also see who’s using apps in your environment, when they were last used and identify security issues with those accounts.
Produce an on-demand list of third-party service providers whenever you need it.
Very handy for when you need to demonstrate compliance with SOC2, GDPR, ISO27001, HIPAA or Cyber Essentials.