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CASB/Shadow IT


View and control the who, where, when, and why of sanctioned and unsanctioned cloud usage.

CASB & Shadow IT


Users are connecting to unauthorized cloud applications, violating security policy

Employees are connecting to unapproved SaaS from the corporate network, sharing sharing company data or connecting corporate cloud resources to risky third-party applications.

App stores enable your users to add whatever applications and authorize any permissions they want to your cloud. Innocent looking app approval requests make it easier than ever for these users to hand over full access to a third party.

Avanan provides full visibility into your organization’s cloud applications and the users that are using them

Avanan monitors all the apps installed and permissions granted by end-users within their respective app-stores. Based on access rights and access logs, Avanan assigns a risk-level for each application and API connection and allows you to block them from accessing your credentials. Avanan's alerts and policies can even differentiate between sanctioned and unsanctioned usage of the same application.

Shadow IT Dashboard



Phishing in the Age of SaaS

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