Savvy enables customers to reduce the risk of employee-initiated security incidents involving SaaS applications. No matter what your immediate use cases are, Savvy can support your needs throughout the journey, and help you address additional use cases as you progress.
Ensure Safe Use of ChatGPT
Savvy monitors the usage of ChatGPT and other powerful Generative AI tools, enabling security teams to define how they should be used and prevent sensitive data exposure. Savvy’s just-in-time security guardrails can alert users of risky actions and enforce effective controls that limit usage without entirely blocking users. For example, when a user tries to submit sensitive data, Savvy will alert them to the risk. If the user wants to proceed, Savvy will ensure that they turn off the chat history to prevent using the conversation to train ChatGPT models. Savvy can also prevent using corporate credentials to avert the association of prompts with the company.
Discover SaaS Sprawl
Savvy uncovers the chaos created by rampant SaaS sprawl and provides the visibility required for making informed decisions and gaining control over these apps. By monitoring users’ access to SaaS apps in real-time, and cross-referencing with data from identity providers (IdPs), cloud workspaces, and Savvy’s SaaS Inventory for data enrichment, Savvy provides the most accurate data about the workforce’s use of SaaS apps and valuable insights including use of unsanctioned apps, SaaS app security risk, and more. This visibility enables the security team to prioritize their efforts and define security automation playbooks that alert users about potential risks and suggest alternatives.The extreme visibility provided by Savvy also enables security pros to resolve incidents faster.
Control Identity Sprawl
Savvy continuously discovers all the accounts your workforce is creating for accessing various SaaS apps, whether managed or unmanaged. This includes accounts that users have forgotten about, or those that are no longer in use. Savvy shows the authentication methods, missing MFA, direct logins (vs. SSO), weak or shared credentials, and cases in which employees use corporate credentials for accessing personal apps. This enables SecOps teams to eliminate security gaps, ensure the safe use of SaaS , and verify that former employees are fully offboarded.
Prevent SaaS Data Loss
Savvy fills the gaps left by network-based DLP technologies to eliminate the risk of data loss via SaaS without impacting user productivity. By monitoring any data-related activities, Savvy alerts the user to potential exposure of sensitive data, providing suggestive guidance on better options. This includes attempts to upload files, copying-pasting sensitive data from/to a SaaS interface, or attempts to expose proprietary data like source code.Savvy applies security guardrails just before the data is sent to the app, using out-of-the-box (or customized) automation playbooks to prevent the loss, leakage, and misuse of sensitive company data over SaaS apps.
Savvy enables security teams to detect and respond to one of the most challenging security threats – the insider threat. Insiders are employees or contractors requiring elevated trust and access to get their jobs done. It is difficult to determine when this trust is abused to gain unauthorized access or exposed due to unintentional yet risky human error. Savvy’s ability to monitor SaaS usage , alert in real-time and provide suggestive guidance on allowed activities, eliminates malicious attempts and significantly reduces human error.
SaaS Supply Chain Risk
Savvy discovers how your third-party applications are connected, permissions these integrations have and who granted them, and any dormant OAuth grants that should be revoked. It enables security professionals to define automation playbooks that minimize the risk of new integrations, guiding the users on the required steps. Savvy lists the risks introduced by app-to-app connections so you can quickly decide if the integration is desired. It also helps you map the integrations so in the case of a third-party breach you can quickly find all the apps and resources that might be compromised, enabling the security team to decide how to contain the event quickly.
SaaS Configuration and Access Control
Savvy tracks all users’ SaaS activities, including SaaS app configuration changes and granting access to corporate data resources. Savvy’s just-in-time security guardrails alert users about risky configuration changes or access grants and enable security pros to enforce data access policies across all SaaS apps centrally. Savvy’s security guardrails provide suggestive guidance to explain the inherent risk in the requested changes and enable users to safely use SaaS apps without blocking them or requiring them to contact the security team. For example, Savvy’s suggestive guidance can recommend or even require users to set auto-expire sharing permissions, preventing unnecessary data exposure.
Savvy provides a complete audit trail of all user activities and events within SaaS applications to simplify the evidence-gathering process and speed up audits. Savvy keeps an inventory of those used by your workforce and categorizes them to help SecOps quickly understand what types of apps are in use and by which departments. It helps you quickly identify apps like developer tools or infrastructure management tools often in the scope of audit reviews. Savvy’s security automation playbooks can automate review processes by sending periodic reports for management review and sign-off. They can also be used to remediate non-compliant SaaS apps or revoke users’ access to sensitive data automatically when it is no longer needed.