Today, SaaS access control systems are single points of failure. Systems like Okta and azureAD have no backup protecting them.

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Doron Asor

I am a highly analytical, dedicated, and entrepreneurial executive with 15+ years of progressive leadership experience directing software development operations driving startup and growth situations managing companies from incubation to millions of dollars in global sales.

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Cloud is the future of the enterprise. This undeniable truth can easily be seen in the increased spending in 2021 and predicted for 2022.

With such a critical and fragile thing as identity being at the core of all cloud infrastructure… How does a modern business scale quickly and securely? Especially when faced with global expansion and the ever-growing threat of malicious attacks?

Identity is at the center of any cloud infrastructure. But behind the identity is a crucial and fundamental security concept, access control. Access control minimizes risk to organizations by regulating permissions between identities and cloud applications. Due to the critical role identity plays, access control is teed up as one of the most lucrative targets for hackers, which explains why 83% of companies cited at least one breach as access-related last year2.

Luckily for the cloud late-majority and laggards, business continuity tools for on-premise environments have been around for decades. Meaning they have a plethora of tools and tactics to get back up and running if there is an outage or attack.

But what about the trailblazing cloud-first businesses? What is their plan today if their SaaS access control systems are breached? How quickly can they respond and get back to “business as usual”?

Probably not very quick.

Today, SaaS access control systems are single points of failure. Systems like Okta and azureAD have no backup protecting them.

One of our azureAD customers stated he’s been searching for over a year for a tool to backup his azure AD configurations without luck. Another customer, this time an OKTA client, was shocked when he learned that Okta does not backup their tenants. More forward-looking customers stated that their mitigation and recovery plan for access-control-failure is to keep all service-provider admins’ credentials locked away in a physical safe.

Muli Motola, Co-founder & CEO

There is no best practice for this problem… Until now.

Introducing: SaaS Access Continuity Management – the new best practice to ensure your access control systems are no longer single points of failure.

Say goodbye to excel sheets, manual work, makeshift procedures, paying ransomware, or rebuilding whole environments.

Our automated, layered security platform gives you the power to recover and heal your environment, defend against vulnerabilities, and plan for change. Enabling cloud-first organizations to scale securely by relieving the risk access control systems pose to identity infrastructure.

accSenSe, your new hero.

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