SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM)
Manage your security posture and risk across your entire SaaS application stack
Get continuous visibility into your SaaS applications and fix security and compliance issues with one click. Qualys SSPM brings clarity and control into your SaaS stack by providing in-depth user and device visibility, data security insights, proactive posture monitoring, and automated remediation of threats – all from a single screen.
Qualys makes it straightforward and convenient to monitor and manage the security and compliance of your SaaS deployments on day one, including:
Instant connection: Getting started is quick and easy. Thanks to native connectors to SaaS suites, Qualys SSPM begins scanning your SaaS apps immediately.
Immediate transparency: No more SaaS blind spots. Qualys SSPM gives you clarity into your SaaS applications and their usage with an unparalleled level of detail and insight.
Reduce risk: Reduces the chances that confidential data will be accessed by unauthorized people, including cybercriminals, disgruntled ex-employees, or corporate spies.
To secure your SaaS applications and prevent your confidential data from being exposed, you need continuous, end-to-end visibility of all your deployments.
A unified, dynamic interface: Qualys SSPM consolidates all the information in one central dashboard, continuously updated with dynamic charts and graphs.
Complete visibility: Get a 360-degree view of your SaaS apps’ users, user groups, and files, as well as connected third-party tools.
Precise, up-to-date information: Real-time interactive widgets let you filter the data and drill down for details. A powerful elastic search engine provides immediate and exact results.
Who has access to your Office 365 suite? How are your Google Workspace users sharing documents, spreadsheets, and presentations? All of this and more is crystal clear with Qualys SSPM.
A complete list of users: See all your SaaS users and user groups (internal/external) and the files and folders they own and have access to.
Shared document visibility: Qualys SSPM identifies whom your users have shared documents with, both inside and outside of your organization.
Granular insights: Drill down deep and find out what’s happening in your environment. For example, find all data shared externally from a particular SaaS account and get a list of all external users with access to specific files.
There are thousands of approved and unapproved consumer and enterprise add-ons, plug-ins, tools, and utilities that your users can link to your SaaS applications – often for free and without your consent. Qualys SSPM detects them all so that you can assess the risk and block access.
External app permissions: Qualys SSPM reveals all third-party software tools that have been granted access by your users.
Activity details: See what potentially invasive permission issues these tools can do, such as viewing users’ SaaS suite profiles, reading their emails, or accessing their cloud storage.
Risk assessment: Determine if external applications are deny-listed, suspicious, or have weak security that can be easily compromised.
Qualys SSPM is designed to help you quickly and continuously validate the compliance of your SaaS deployments to adhere to internal and external policies and regulations and reduce your data exposure risk.
Streamlined compliance: Qualys SSPM checks how compliant your SaaS apps are with industry mandates and standards, like the PCI-DSS, NIST, and CIS.
Around-the-clock checks: Compliance checks are continuously performed in your environment, highlighting compliant and non-compliant controls.
Actionable insights: Drill down into each control for details on why you failed and get step-by-step remediation instructions.
Qualys SSPM makes fixing the problems that put your SaaS data at risk as intuitive and automated as possible.
Quick remediation: Fix problems without leaving the Qualys SSPM UI without navigating to your SaaS application control panel.
Automation: Qualys SSPM offers auto-remediation capabilities that reduce the risk of malicious or unintentional exposure of SaaS data.