Securing – not banning – your employees’ favorite SaaS apps

On-Demand Webcast|1 Hour

The growing number of cloud-based SaaS applications that employees are using to conduct their day-to-day business is dramatically expanding their companies’ attack surface. And malicious actors are increasingly infiltrating networks by compromising weak credentials used across various cloud applications.

The initial knee-jerk reaction among security professionals might be to forbid or severely restrict employee access to their favorite SaaS applications. However, the downside to this approach is that it could curtail worker productivity, hurt morale and contribute to the IT/security department’s reputation as the “Department of No.”

As an alternative, companies could instead implement a solution designed to provide security pros with visibility into the full spectrum of SaaS solutions in use within an organization – such that they can be properly secured from sophisticated attacks, rather than banned altogether.

This webinar will reveal how Push Security’s user-centric SaaS security solution empowers companies to give their employees the freedom to install and use the cloud-based services of their choosing. Attendees will learn how this solution enables security professionals to:
• Discover what SaaS platforms are in use, and which employees are using them
• Identify risky third-party integrations
• Let Push automatically nudge employees to improve SaaS security through actions such as: removing dormant or unused apps, enrolling in MFA and creating stronger, unique passwords.



Adam Bateman


Push Security

Adam has 16+ years of experience as security practitioner and was one of the longest standing members of MWR InfoSecurity - a globally recognized research-led consultancy. Adam joined MWR in the offensive security (red) team and later established MWR’s defense practice where he worked with MWR’s vast enterprise customer base and specialized in helping them to defend against sophisticated adversaries and state-sponsored attacks. Adam later founded and grew Countercept, MWR’s MDR (Managed Detection and Response) division along with it’s proprietary EDR solution, which became a driving force for MWR’s acquisition by F-Secure in 2018.


Bradley Barth

Director of Community Content

CyberRisk Alliance

As director of community content at CyberRisk Alliance, Bradley Barth develops content for SC Media online conferences and events, as well as video/multimedia projects. For nearly six years, he wrote and reported for SC Media as deputy editor and, before that, senior reporter. He was previously a program executive with the tech-focused PR firm Voxus. Past journalistic experience includes stints as business editor at Executive Technology, a staff writer at New York Sportscene and a freelance journalist covering travel and entertainment. In his spare time, Bradley also writes screenplays.

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