[HackerNews] How to Tackle SaaS Security Misconfigurations

Whether it’s Office 365, Salesforce, Slack, GitHub or Zoom, all SaaS apps include a host of security features designed to protect the business and its data. The job of ensuring these apps’ security settings are properly configured falls on the security team.
The challenge lies within how burdensome this responsibility is — each app has tens or hundreds of security settings to configure, in

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