Increasingly, SaaS is changing the way people work and operate. It allows users to access company applications and data from any location, on any device. The challenge now is for businesses to create and enforce a security policy across their SaaS applications, as well as keep track of user activities. This lack of visibility and control is what Adallom aims to improve.
The startup has developed cloud-based security that audits all SaaS activities. The security solution monitors all user activity, detects unauthorized access and protects users in real-time. It was built for cloud scalability and integration with existing security tools, including antivirus, virtual private network (VPN) and security information and event management (SIEM).
Adallom’s CEO says that the company is bridging the SaaS security gap: “The freedom provided by SaaS applications has introduced a new threat vector through the myriad of modern attacks targeted at human interactions with SaaS applications. Adallom addresses this gap, preventing attacks by helping organizations extend visibility, compliance and security to SaaS and cloud services,” said Assaf Rappaport, co-founder and CEO, Adallom. “With unrivaled intelligence, Adallom provides the means to mitigate SaaS threats and enhance enterprise security while preserving the ease-of-use and convenience of cloud services. The goal is security without boundaries.”
Adallom was established in Israel in 2011, and is now based in Menlo Park, California.
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