To truly understand the pervasive use of SaaS in your enterprise, turn to SSCP with Lior Yaari, Grip Security
Enterprises rely on dozens to hundreds of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, both sanctioned and unsanctioned, for their workloads, data, and processes. This attack surface requires SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) to protect the enterprise, but how do enterprises truly discover all of the SaaS apps in use (particularly those unsanctioned SaaS apps)?
Traditionally enterprises have relied on CASB solutions, API-integrated solutions, SSO-integrated solutions, and/or web proxies to try and discover the breadth of SaaS use, but these can be off by an order of magnitude from true usage in an environment. This is where a SaaS Security Control Plane (SSCP) becomes invaluable, not only from a discovery perspective but also to inject enterprise security expectations into EVERY SaaS application.
Join us in this episode as we speak with Lior Yaari, Co-Founder and CEO of Grip Security as we explore how their platform allows commercially-focused CISOs to partner with business line managers to rapidly determine their SaaS posture.
About Grip Security
Grip Security is a pioneer in the SaaS Security Control Plane (SSCP) space, bringing broad visibility into the usage of SaaS applications in the enterprise, both sanctioned and unsanctioned, and then injecting security policies to ensure a more resilient overall posture.
They were founded in 2021 and have since raised over $25M to address the fact that the barrier to introducing a SaaS application is often simply a sign-up form. Through the use of technologies such as Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Grip Security can discover and ensure a SSO-like experience with robust workflows, and can maintain an appropriate security posture for all of your SaaS applications in use.