New Features Introduced in August 2022

Learn about the new features that became available in SaaS Security starting August 2022.
The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for SaaS Security in August 2022. Refer to the Administrator’s Guide for more information on how to use SaaS Security API, SaaS Security Inline, and SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM).
Prisma SaaS is now SaaS Security API. However, you will still see Prisma SaaS in some of the SaaS Security API documentation screenshots until we apply this change throughout the documentation.
Feature
Description
SaaS Security on Cloud Management Console (CMC)
SaaS Security Administrators can now manage Next-Generation CASB with an all new user interface integrated with SASE management console.
Users of SaaS Security API, SaaS Security Inline, and SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) on CMC will experience improved visibility, workflow efficiency, and configuration management.
Next-Generation CASB interface is available with Prisma Access Cloud Management.
SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM)
SSPM is a new product in the SaaS Security offering that helps find and fix misconfigured settings on supported SaaS apps along with other features to ensure proper posture security all from one unified cloud management console.
Suspicious User Activity
Suspicious User Activity with SaaS Security API is an out-of-the-box policy-based detection of user activity by User, App, and Risk scenarios.
Optical Character Recognition (OCR)
Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for SaaS Security API—Enterprise DLP offers OCR technology on SaaS Security to scan images for sensitive content, strengthening your security posture and further preventing accidental data misuse, loss, or theft.
Expanded SaaS App Dictionary on SaaS Security Inline
The SaaS Security Inline SaaS App Dictionary now supports 45K+ SaaS apps, and growing. If you haven’t already, purchase an add-on license, then get started to protect against cloud-based threats by blocking traffic for unsanctioned SaaS apps and risky user activity.
Scan support for Slack Enterprise V2
Slack Enterprise V2 is the updated Slack Enterprise app with faster asset discovery and performance improvements. You can now connect a Slack Enterprise V2 instance to SaaS Security API to scan for files and messages to gain visibility into your company’s data and protect against data exfiltration.
Delete any previously installed Slack Enterprise Grid app of the same instance before onboarding Slack Enterprise V2. If both versions are used at the same time, rate limits for Slack will be shared between the two and might impact asset discovery. To get started, simply onboard the Slack Enterprise V2 app.
Scan support for Jira Data Center
You can now connect a Jira Data Center instance to SaaS Security API to scan for issue descriptions, comments, and attachments to gain visibility into your company’s data and protect against data exfiltration. To get started, simply onboard the Jira Data Center app.
Backward scanning support for Bitbucket cloud app
Bitbucket cloud app on SaaS Security API now supports backward scanning for extended visibility and controls that protect your company’s sensitive data. Backward scanning looks back up to a period of 365 days from the date of onboarding. To get started, simply onboard the Bitbucket Cloud app.
Bitbucket cloud app enhancements
Bitbucket on SaaS Security API now supports the following features.
  • User Activities and Events:
    • Repository Fork
    • Repository Unshare
    • Pull Request Created
  • Admin Remediation:
    • Change Sharing
    • Notify File Owner
To get started, simply onboard the Bitbucket Cloud app.
Backward scanning support for Jira Cloud
Jira Cloud app on SaaS Security API now supports backward scanning for extended visibility and controls that protect your company’s sensitive data. Backward scanning looks back up to a period of 365 days from the date of onboarding. To get started, simply onboard the Jira app.

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