Add Cloud Apps to the Aperture Service
To begin securing the Supported SaaS Applications, you must connect them to the Aperture service by authenticating to the application using an administrator account (the specific privilege requirements vary from application to application). After you successfully authenticate, the Aperture service receives a token from the cloud app for establishing and maintaining a secure connection. The Aperture service then connects directly to the application programming interface (API) for that app, which enables the Aperture service to scan all historical data that resides within the app, as well as continually monitor modified or new data, and identify policy violations and incidents.
To perform data discovery, Aperture gets metadata for all your files and folders on the SaaS app. Metadata includes file properties and attributes, and application-level metadata such as file owner, email recipients, and collaborators. For certain apps with structured data such as Salesforce, and messaging apps such as Slack, Facebook Workplace, and email apps, Aperture scans both structured and unstructured data. All files such as attachments that are unstructured, the files are scanned and the metadata is always stored. Even though Aperture scans structured data, it does not store metadata for every field and message unless the field or message has some content that matches a Data Pattern defined on Aperture. This is done to minimize the privacy risk Aperture carries by storing all of your metadata.
- Begin Scanning an Amazon S3 App
- Begin Scanning an Amazon Web Services App
- Begin Scanning a Box App
- Begin Scanning Citrix ShareFile Apps
- Begin Scanning a Confluence App
- Begin Scanning a Gmail App
- Begin Scanning a Google Drive App
- Begin Scanning a Google Cloud Storage App
- Begin Scanning Third-Party Apps on the G Suite Marketplace
- Add a Jive App
- Begin Scanning Microsoft Office 365 Apps
- Begin Scanning a Microsoft Azure Storage App
- Begin Scanning a Microsoft Exchange App
- Begin Scanning a Salesforce App
- Begin Scanning a ServiceNow App
- Begin Scanning a Slack for Enterprise App
- Begin Scanning a Workplace by Facebook App
- Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer
Supported SaaS Applications
The Aperture service provides a consistent security policy for your SaaS applications to detect data exfiltration and malware propagation. ...
Begin Scanning a Microsoft Exchange App
Use the Aperture service to scan and identify incidents found when scanning assets and email attachments in your MS Exchange app. ...
Begin Scanning a Workplace by Facebook App
Set up a token for your Workplace community to configure your app and connect to the Aperture service to scan assets. ...
Secure Cloud Apps
Use the Aperture service to have visibility into and control over how your users are accessing and sharing data across SaaS applications. ...
Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer
Begin Scanning Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer Use the following procedure to add Dropbox, GitHub, or Yammer as a monitored cloud application on the Aperture service. ...
Begin Scanning a Box App
Begin Scanning a Box App If you plan to Begin Selective Scanning Using Azure Active Directory Groups Add your Azure Active Directory to Aperture to ...
Connect Aperture to Directory Services
Connect an active directory service to Aperture to begin scanning a selective subset of groups. ...
Begin Scanning a Jive App
Begin Scanning a Jive App To begin scanning a Jive app: Add the Jive app. From the Aperture Dashboard , Add a Cloud App . ...
Begin Scanning a Google Drive App
Add your Google Drive App to the Aperture service to begin scanning and monitoring assets for possible security risks. ...