JupiterOne has a much broader definition of cyber assets than other security vendors, covering more than just IP addresses, devices, and internet facing-assets. It's always been our goal to help you secure all of the disparate parts of your expanding asset ecosystem including SaaS applications, cloud infrastructure, users, identities, code repositories, and more.
This month, we're sharing our latest integrations with business-critical software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications!
To demonstrate our commitment to SaaS, we are excited to announce that JupiterOne now supports three additional SaaS integrations:
JupiterOne Protects Your SaaS Applications and More
Leveraging SaaS is an essential part of any technology stack. The sheer number of SaaS applications that enterprises use to run crucial day-to-day operations can leave broad gaps in security coverage and numerous potential entry points for attackers.
Platforms such as Microsoft 365, Salesforce, and Google Workspaces support both internal and external users in addition to thousands of connected third-party applications. These cloud-based apps often contain sensitive business data including user, customer, and employee information which are valuable targets for malicious actors. Securing all of your cyber assets, including SaaS applications, is of utmost importance for cloud-native enterprises.
Here are some examples of how customers use JupiterOne to better protect their SaaS applications:
- Track known entities and discover unknown assets in your SaaS solutions. Visibility into your data and cyber assets is the first step to better SaaS security. Once integrated into apps like Microsoft 365, Salesforce, or Google Workspaces, JupiterOne offers complete visibility and inventory across your users, roles, groups, policies, and permissions.
- Understand who has access to what data. Understanding things like asset locations, owners, configurations, vulnerabilities, and more will help you figure out the gaps in your security posture. JupiterOne can help you understand complex permissions and access that your employees, partners, customers, contractors, connected third-party apps, and APIs have to your businesses' sensitive data and infrastructure.
- Connect and understand complex relationships across cyber assets. Securing your SaaS apps goes beyond knowing what you have. With JupiterOne, you can understand complex relationships between your applications, like the potential blast radius if a third-party vendor were compromised. Then you can give teams the opportunity to reduce risk by removing or altering access or permissions.
- Automatically monitor changes and fast-track potential issues. Enable alerting to automatically monitor for any potential gaps across your SaaS apps. Once you have identified vulnerabilities, JupiterOne accelerates your ability to fix vulnerable hotspots and protect from future security risks.
JupiterOne will continue to invest in more integrations that bring value to our customers. Interested in more integrations into your business-critical SaaS applications? Here are some existing integrations you can check out today in the JupiterOne platform:
- Cisco Meraki
- Cisco AMP
That's all for this round of updates! For more information about the latest integrations, visit the AskJ1 Community or our latest Product Documentation.