New Features Introduced in June 2018
What’s new in the Prisma SaaS release for June 2018.
The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for Prisma™ SaaS in June 2018. Refer to the Administrator’s Guide for more information on how to use Prisma SaaS.
Unsanctioned Device Access Control (Beta)
With the unsanctioned device access control service, you can now enable users to securely access your cloud apps from personal devices from any location without inadvertently putting your data or organization at risk. The service utilizes SAML redirection to direct traffic from unsanctioned devices through the firewall for policy enforcement and threat prevention. On the firewall, you can create policy that enables granular access to your sanctioned SaaS applications for users on unsanctioned devices. For example, you could allow a user to read email from an unsanctioned device, but not download attachments. End users can follow their normal workflow to directly access the SaaS app and do not need to go to a portal for app access when using unsanctioned devices.
Scan and remediation support for Google Cloud Storage
Reduce data exfiltration and malware propagation risks in your Google Cloud Storage accounts due to users constantly sharing and uploading content to buckets. With Prisma SaaS, you can now discover and assess all bucket changes, suspicious activities, and events since the previous scan to prevent any unintentional or malicious exposures.
To assess the details of an incident, Prisma SaaS now displays snippets of 100 bytes before and after the violation, so you can identify sensitive file and folder content within a Google Cloud Storage account.
When you discover an asset is vulnerable, you can now create policy rules to automatically quarantine compromised Google Cloud Storage assets and notify administrators of incidents and risky user activity to prevent exposure, malware propagation and data exfiltration.
Public Cloud Syslog Enhancements
The syslog incident and remediation data for Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure Storage, and Google Cloud Storage has been enhanced to include bucket information for each file. This additional information enables customers to build analytics summarized on buckets in their third-party tools with log information from Prisma SaaS.
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