As your SaaS data and users scale, you must take proactive measures to manage risk across your SaaS apps for comprehensive data protection.
These proactive strategies should include:
Identifying and mitigating data exposure risks
Implementing least privilege access
Monitoring for unusual data loss or corruption
Archiving legacy data with customizable retention policies
According to Gartner, through 2023, at least 99% of cloud security failures will be the customer’s fault. And since customers are responsible for security in the cloud, it’s up to you to protect and secure your data in your SaaS applications.
Each SaaS application is different and has its own needs when it comes to data protection. This includes three of the largest SaaS ecosystems—Salesforce, Dynamics 365, and ServiceNow—all of which Own Company supports.
The average Salesforce org has over 2,300 exposed sensitive fields.
Since the Microsoft Power Platform democratizes low-code programming for potentially inexperienced developers, the risk of data loss caused by errors increases.
While the ServiceNow Platform is built to integrate with every facet of your business, integration errors can cause cascading data loss.
Unlike other SaaS security vendors, which offer a broad approach, Own's tailored security solution understands the nuances of these core applications and can support an infinite number of configuration possibilities.
Own also provides application owners with the native tooling to correctly and efficiently implement the proper security controls.