A SaaS inventory allows organizations to keep track of the applications being used and their authentication status. With this information, organizations can identify which applications still require SSO or MFA implementation and prioritize configuration tasks accordingly. It streamlines the process of deploying strong authentication measures by providing a centralized view of the progress and enabling efficient task dispatching to end users or SaaS Admins.
A SaaS inventory provides insights into the applications being used across the organization. This information helps in identifying which apps should be integrated with SSO. By analyzing the inventory, organizations can prioritize the integration of high-risk or widely used applications into the SSO infrastructure.
With a SaaS inventory, organizations can identify instances where users have separate credentials for multiple SaaS applications. This duplication of credentials can create security vulnerabilities and increase the risk of password-related incidents. By recognizing duplicate credentials through the inventory, organizations can take measures to consolidate accounts or migrate users to a unified authentication system. This consolidation eliminates the need for multiple sets of credentials, reducing the attack surface and simplifying the authentication process.
A SaaS inventory facilitates monitoring and enforcing strong password hygiene practices. It enables organizations to assess the password strength and complexity requirements for each application listed in the inventory. By establishing and enforcing password policies, organizations can ensure that users create strong and unique passwords for their SaaS accounts. This reduces the risk of password-related attacks, such as brute-force or credential stuffing attacks, and enhances overall security.
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