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SaaS Security Regulations Tighten Compliance Requirements

Recent supply chain cyber-attacks have led to the tightening of cyber security regulations in the financial sector, with other industries expected to follow suit. The lack of efficient methods to manage time-sensitive SaaS security and compliance tasks has been a common challenge for many companies. To address this issue, free SaaS risk assessment tools are being made available as practical solutions to bring visibility and initial control to SaaS sprawl and Shadow AI.

The increasing regulatory pressure, along with the proliferation of SaaS and AI, has made SaaS security a top priority for security professionals. New regulations will necessitate robust third-party SaaS risk lifecycle management, starting from service discovery and third-party risk management to incident reporting within stringent timeframes.

Security professionals in the financial sector have valuable insights on cyber compliance requirements, which can be beneficial for managing SaaS risks and complying with various regulations. Understanding these requirements can provide a template for using SaaS securely, highlighting key steps such as third-party discovery and risk management, setting and enforcing risk policies, attack surface reduction, and incident detection and response.

Wing Security has introduced a free entry-level tool for organizations to assess the risk of their most used SaaS applications. With upgrades available at competitive prices, organizations can tailor their SaaS security solutions to their specific needs and compliance requirements.

Whether an organization is just starting its SaaS security journey or looking to enhance its existing security measures, scalable tiering models offer a flexible and cost-effective approach to address compliance and security challenges. Stay updated with exclusive content by following Wing Security on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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