Security for your company-wide
Discover, monitor, and secure every SaaS application in your organization. Resmo enables IT and security teams to identify and remediate third-party misconfigurations, eliminating shadow IT and ensuring least privilege.
Discover all your SaaS, from sanctioned apps to the unsanctioned
SaaS Discovery identifies apps used across your company even the ones in the shadow. Connect with 100+ native integrations to get even greater insights into your SaaS security posture. Leverage deep integrations with Google, Microsoft, Atlassian, Salesforce, and all critical SaaS apps.
Govern identity and access for applications in your environment
Consolidate users across all your SaaS tools; identify their app usage, permissions and access levels. Detect unusual admin accounts to avoid unauthorized access and minimize user-oriented misconfigurations. Assess user security risks and generate access reports with a breeze.
Centralize your assets with complete change history and audit logs
Get visibility into what is happening across your SaaS apps like Atlassian Jira, Office 365, Google Workspace and 100+ more. Track every change across your critical assets and identify misconfigurations in minutes. Search across your repositories, vulnerabilities, hosts, users, and devices.
SaaS apps are adopted without the knowledge or approval of IT.
Employees reuse the same passwords across multiple accounts.
Organizations report having suffered a data breach connected to former employees.
Onboard and offboard your users without any blind spots
Efficiently onboard and offboard users within your SaaS environments by seamlessly identifying user access privileges and permissions. Map all related accounts linked to an employee's Google Workspace, Atlassian Access, Azure Active Directory, Microsoft Teams accounts or directory apps like JumpCloud.
Assess risks across your extended SaaS attack surface
SaaS apps create an extended attack surface for threat actors at a scale never seen before. Resmo assesses SaaS security risks and gives improvement suggestions.
As an official CIS benchmark provider, Resmo actively works on identifying misconfigurations and vulnerabilities so that you can achieve complete control and compliance over your modern attack surface.
Focus on scaling your security program with the help of ChatOps
Resmo focuses on fixing issues with the help of your employees by actively identifying the owner and redirecting issues to the actual owner, reducing the involvement of limited number of security and IT professionals, and improving security awareness.
Native integrations with Slack and Microsoft Teams involve employees in solving security findings like weak passwords or unapproved app usage.
FAQ about SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM).
What is SaaS Security?
SaaS (Software as a Service) Security refers to the measures, techniques, and strategies employed to protect SaaS applications and data from cybersecurity threats, data breaches, and compliance risks. It is an essential aspect of cloud computing security and is crucial in today's internet-driven, data-centric business world.
What is SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM)?
SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) is an area of cybersecurity that focuses on assessing and managing the security risks associated with Software as a Service (SaaS) applications. SSPM solutions provide organizations with visibility and control over their SaaS environments.
What are SaaS misconfigurations?
SaaS misconfigurations refer to errors or oversights in the settings of Software as a Service (SaaS) applications, which can potentially create security vulnerabilities and compliance risks.
Misconfigurations can occur in various areas of a SaaS application. These include, but are not limited to:
1. Access controls: Improperly set user permissions and privileges can lead to unauthorized data access. This might involve granting more access rights to a user than necessary, also known as the principle of least privilege violation.
2. Data sharing settings: Incorrect configuration of data sharing settings can expose sensitive data to unintended parties. This could occur within the organization or with external collaborators.
3. Security settings: Disabling or neglecting to enable certain security features such as encryption, two-factor authentication (2FA), or intrusion detection can leave the application and its data vulnerable to attacks.
4. Third-party integrations: Misconfiguration of third-party applications that are integrated with the SaaS application can lead to security loopholes.
SaaS misconfigurations are a common cause of data breaches because they can be easily overlooked and exploited by malicious actors. To mitigate these risks, organizations often use SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) tools that help identify and correct misconfigurations, enhancing the security of SaaS applications.