Use case

SaaS Identity Security

Identities are, by far, the most common and successful initial SaaS attack vector. Valence helps security teams to remediate identity risks by enforcing strong authentication, ensuring least privilege access, and proper user offboarding.

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Automate Remediation with a SaaS Application Security Platform

To quote the Verizon 2023 Data Breach Investigations Report, “74% of all breaches include the human element, with people being involved either via Error, Privilege Misuse, Use of stolen credentials or Social Engineering”. Credential stuffing, lack of multi-factor authentication (MFA), weak MFA controls, and poor account lifecycle management contribute to most of the SaaS breaches seen in headlines today.

Valence Threat Labs found that, on average, 1 in 8 employee accounts are dormant (and as high as 1 in 3 in some companies)

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The Valence Solution

Detecting unmanaged user identities (i.e. native SaaS accounts, not tied to corporate SSO) and tying them back to known employees is an important starting point. The Valence SaaS Security Platform allows the security team and business to work together to implement stronger authentication with SSO/MFA/IdP/SAML and reduce over-privileged access as needed. Dormant or abandoned identities can also be cleaned up before they can be abused. SaaS applications and platforms also don’t use consistent controls or language, so without a SaaS security posture management (SSPM) solution, it can also be difficult to determine how many users have admin privileges, or have fallen into non-compliance with account and password policies.

Valence Threat Labs found that, on average, 1 in 8 employee accounts are dormant (and as high as 1 in 3 in some companies)

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Understand What Each Employee Can Really Do

Understand each employee’s access and privileges across dozens of SaaS applications, all in one place, within the Valence Platform.

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Business Value

Central Inventory

Identify unmanaged accounts

Identify native SaaS accounts unmanaged by the corporate identity provider

Central Inventory

Enforce Strong Authentication

Fully secure account access with corporate SSO/MFA/IdP/SAML

Automated Workflows

Eliminate Dormant Accounts

Manage the full lifecycle of both employee and non-human accounts


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Detect compromised accounts and associated privileges

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Identify unmanaged identities by the primary IdP

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Reduce over-privileged and administrative access

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Cost savings due to removal of dormant accounts

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Enable and enforce strong authentication, such as MFA

2023 State of SaaS Security Report

On average, 1 in 8 employee accounts are dormant (and as high as 1 in 3 in some companies).

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SaaS Security & Posture Management - A Buyer's Guide

If you’re looking to invest in SaaS Security, here’s the 2024 Buyer’s Guide that covers everything you need to know when buying an SSPM solution.

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