The number of software apps deployed by large firms across all industries world-wide has increased 68% over the past four years, reaching an average of 150 apps per company by the end of 2020 while nearly 10% of businesses now have more than 200 apps in their enterprise information-technology systems.

Employees in large-scale organizations are continually struggling to find the relevant information they are looking for.

A study conducted by us shows that 52% of searches take more than 15 minutes while in 17% of cases the Valentine information is not found at all even though it is indeed indexed…


The long tail of SaaS is growing rapidly. Today, thousands of unmanaged “Shadow IT” applications are used in every major enterprise around the globe and IT departments have little visibility or control over these rogue apps. While the challenge was first simply to secure major SaaS platforms like Office 365, the new reality is a “cloud and mobile-first world” where employees often use new applications that aren’t approved and put corporate data at risk.

Saasment.com is the only platform that helping enterprises protect their Cloud Long-Tail Apps

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Last year, 2020, was a turning point in how organizations are understanding cloud security. First, the market created a definition of what are the differences between IaaS Security (how can I secure my production environment) and SaaS Security (how can I secure my data in 3rd party services). In addition, companies realized that cloud environments required a different security lifecycle than the classic network security.

Understanding the lifecycle of cloud security is mainly based on the shared responsibility model, which means that in SaaS environments the customer is only responsible for protecting the data they are storing.

Sounds easy now…


What is security validation? how does Continuous Security Validation differ from a breach and attack simulation?

Cloud Continuous security validation is a framework of tools built in order to challenge, measure, and optimize the effectiveness of cloud-native organizations including security controls, infrastructure configurations, policy enforcement, and more on an ongoing basis.

As a result, cloud native companies minimize cyber risk across the entire business while protecting their reputation and economic value.

While Breach and Attack Simulation platform is virtually simulating breaches, security validation platforms are taking active actions to measure the security controls in real-world scenarios.


With the growing cloud apps adoption, organizations migrating their applications to the cloud. CISOs and IT teams are asking themselves — how do I maintain strength security posture across multiple SaaS apps such as Jira, Google Workspace, Box, Salesforce and SAP that dramatically reduces the visibility?

With SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM), organizations can manage their SaaS Security, reduce the operational complexity of managing multiple cloud apps through a centralized security solution for all SaaS services.

Benefits of CSPM for SaaS

  • Finding misconfigured
  • Assessing data risk and detecting exceedingly liberal account permissions
  • Continuous monitoring of the SaaS environments to detect any policy violations
  • Ability to automatically remedy the misconfigurations in some cases
  • Compliance with common standards for best practices such as HIPAA, SOC2, and PIC

SaaS Security Posture Management

Next Generation of SaaS Security

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