Prisma™ SaaS is a multi-mode cloud access security broker (CASB) service that allows you to govern sanctioned SaaS application usage across all users in your organization and prevent the risk from breaches and non-compliance. The service 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. It delivers complete visibility and granular enforcement across all user, folder, and file activity within sanctioned SaaS applications.
Review the Prisma SaaS privacy datasheet for details on the privacy of the data you store in SaaS applications and how Prisma SaaS handles that data.
|March 2020||Improved performance for SharePoint Online (Office 365)||Office 365 app on Prisma SaaS is updated to use Microsoft’s Graph API for SharePoint.|
|January 2020||Support for Google Shared Drives||The Google Drive app can also scan your Google Shared Drives assets.|
|September 2019||Five Million Records Export||Export up to five million asset or incident records to a CSV file when you choose the Email option.|
|July 2019||Prisma SaaS Launch||Here it comes! New Prisma SaaS users can set up the app on the hub and conveniently access the Prisma SaaS app and other apps on the hub.
Existing Prisma SaaS (formerly Aperture) users can continue to use the existing URL to access Prisma SaaS and experience the bold new look!
|May 2019||Bulk Incident Management||Instead of editing one incident at a time, you can now assess up to 1000 incidents simultaneously.|
Use this guide to make the most of the SaaS visibility and control capabilities offered by the Prisma SaaS service. Whether you just want to get the job done, or learn about everything you can do with the service, the Prisma SaaS Admin Guide will help you.
Ready or not, here it comes! The most comprehensive cloud security suite designed to to consistently govern access, protect data and secure 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.