DATA SECURITY

AppOmni Announces its SaaS Security Management Support for Leading Digital Workflow Company, ServiceNow

AppOmni | July 21, 2021

AppOmni Announces its SaaS Security Management Support for Leading Digital Workflow Company, ServiceNow
The leading provider of SaaS Security Management, AppOmni, has announced that it would provide SaaS Security Management support for the leading digital workflow company, ServiceNow. ServiceNow is a leading digital workflow company that does work, works better for people. It also delivers a practical solution that helps companies enhance managerial workflows from IT and HR services to customers and employee integrations. Security and IT teams of ServiceNow can identify and remediate configuration risks and security preferences with the addition of AppOmni


AppOmni is empowering ServiceNow clients who have numerous SaaS vendors to accomplish their security pose and threat across all of their dangerous SaaS environments in one place. The Now Platform delivers extensive competencies for clienteles to monitor and accomplish the security features for the platform and the applications built on top of the ones they use most such as auditing tools,  providing best practices, proactive security administrator notifications, and security events detection.

Now with the cooperation of  AppOmni Security and IT teams of ServiceNow, will have:

• Access to ServiceNow safety best practice policies from an essential SaaS monitor service to support confirm maximum defenses are in place to reduce susceptibilities during custom distributions
• Amplified discernibility and know-how to recognize configuration risks and safety inclinations across many SaaS salespersons such as the Now Platform
• Accessibility of high-fidelity recognition alerts, which clients can configure to send to ServiceNow or other safety monitoring tools to rationalize response.

Now with AppOmni, it would make it simple for enterprise security, CISOs, and IT teams to completely secure their rising SaaS environments by providing a complete suite of SaaS protection, security posture, and monitoring capabilities., AppOmni expands, with the addition of ServiceNow, it's SaaS Security Management solution to cover the most extensively used corporate critical applications, which now include GitHub, Box, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Office 365, Slack, Salesforce, and Zoom.

About AppOmni

As the leading provider of SaaS Security Management, it provides unprecedented data management, access visibility, and security of SaaS solutions, allowing organizations to make safe, mission-critical, and sensitive data. The company customer base of AppOmni includes global leaders across healthcare, technology, banking, finance, and security. The company's leadership team brings know-how and invention from leading high tech companies, SaaS providers, and cybersecurity vendors.

Spotlight

As IT organizations begin to plan and implement their BYO programs for employee-owned Macs, PCs, smartphones and tablets in the workplace, the introduction of non-corporate devices opens up a veritable Pandora's box of liability that should be carefully addressed prior to any program's roll out. Confidentiality, compliance, data security, privacy, and litigation obligation are key concerns for safely implementing any mobility-based system, but they become even more critical when the device is personally owned. Taking the time now to ensure proper controls are in place can protect your organization from a world of trouble down the line.

Spotlight

As IT organizations begin to plan and implement their BYO programs for employee-owned Macs, PCs, smartphones and tablets in the workplace, the introduction of non-corporate devices opens up a veritable Pandora's box of liability that should be carefully addressed prior to any program's roll out. Confidentiality, compliance, data security, privacy, and litigation obligation are key concerns for safely implementing any mobility-based system, but they become even more critical when the device is personally owned. Taking the time now to ensure proper controls are in place can protect your organization from a world of trouble down the line.

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