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Recently, supply chain attacks leveraging the interconnectivity of SaaS applications have become increasingly lucrative for cyber criminals. As the 2022 IBM Cost of a Data Breach report points out, one in five data breaches this year was caused by a supply chain compromise.
Valence Threat Labs researchers asked leading CISOs a variety of questions pertaining to the state of security for SaaS-to-SaaS third-party integrations in their organizations, and their current best practices, then compared their responses to aggregated and anonymized cross-tenant data extracted from the Valence SaaS Mesh Security Platform.
Yoni Shohet, Valence Security CEO and co-founder, discusses the results of their recent survey of CISOs on the state of SaaS-to-SaaS third-party integrations and current security best practices and the resulting 2022 Shadow SaaS-to-SaaS Integration Report.
In this 40 minute on-demand webcast, Ryan Gurney (YL Ventures), Demi Ben-Ari (Panorays), Sounil Yu (JupiterOne) and Yoni Shohet (Valence Security) discuss Valence's latest Shadow SaaS-to-SaaS Integration Report and its repercussions for CISOs' SaaS security strategies.