Aperture™ SaaS security service is a cloud-based service that allows you to govern sanctioned SaaS application usage across all users in your organization to prevent the risk of breaches and non-compliance. The service delivers complete visibility and granular enforcement across all user, folder and file activity within sanctioned SaaS applications. Aperture enables you to discover and classify data stored across the supported SaaS applications, protect sensitive data from accidental exposure, identify and protect against known and unknown malware, and perform user activity monitoring to identify potential misuse or data exfiltration.
|May 2019||Bulk Incident Management||Instead of editing one incident at a time, you can now assess up to 1000 incidents simultaneously.|
|March & April 2019||
The combined visibility of Aperture data along with firewall and GlobalProtect Cloud Service logs enables you to assess monthly and quarterly trends on sanctioned and unsanctioned SaaS application usage across your enterprise.
Updates to include more details and export a CSV file to audit administrative actions on the Aperture service.
|February 2019||General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) Report||The GDPR report on Aperture helps you review how you collect, use, and share PII data across your sanctioned SaaS applications.|
|December 2018||Azure Active Directory Integration for Group-Based Scanning||Selective scanning with Active Directory enables you to adhere to data privacy regulations or exclude the scanning of confidential assets for a specific user group.|
All users on your network use SaaS applications. Use the Aperture new features guide to learn about enhancements or new features and how you can use it to manage and secure the sanctioned SaaS application usage on your network.
Add your Azure Active Directory to Aperture to enable selective scanning of groups.
Use the Aperture service as a SAML proxy between your Identity Provider and next generation firewall to control access to your sanctioned SaaS applications.
The SaaS Application Usage report compares sanctioned versus unsanctioned applications on your network and lists the top applications by usage, compliance, and data transfers, and identifies apps with risky hosting characteristics.