New Features Introduced in March 2023

Learn about the new features that became available in SaaS Security starting March 2023.
The following table provides a snapshot of new features introduced for SaaS Security in March 2023. 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).
Support for Slack Enterprise V2 Select license
In addition to the
license, SaaS Security API now supports the
license for Slack Enterprise V2. To get started, onboard the Slack Enterprise V2 app.
Standalone SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) license
You can now obtain a standalone license for SSPM. SSPM was previously available only through licenses for larger solutions, such as the CASB on Prisma Access add-on for single tenant or multitenant. SSPM is still available through these larger solutions. Because SSPM is a cloud-delivered service, it does not require Prisma Access or NGFW.
After obtaining a standalone SSPM license, you’ll receive an activation email from Palo Alto Networks. You can then click the email link to activate the license through Common Services.
Removal of SaaS Visibility view from SaaS Security API
For tenants provisioned before June 2, 2021, the
SaaS Visibility
view (
SaaS Visibility
) is the default visibility view on SaaS Security API. This feature was already unavailable for tenants provisioned after June 2, 2021, and will be unavailable for all tenants after June 2, 2023. For inline policy enforcement on your network, more granular control over SaaS application usage and user activity, greater analytics, and a large increase in the number of discovered SaaS applications, use SaaS Security Inline.

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