SaaS Applications support large companies, small startups. We inevitably accumulate SAAS applications to manage our employees, payroll, communication with things like Workday, Slack, Salesforce and now even things like ChatGPT. But how do you find out what you have and if they are secure. We spoke about all things SSPM with Max Feldman who has done Product Security for years at companies like Slack, Salesforce and now AppOmni.

Thank you to our episode sponsor AppOmni

You can get a copy of their SaaS Security Posture Management Report 2023 here

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Questions asked:

(00:00) Introduction

(04:20) A bit about Max

(04:48) What is a SaaS application?

(05:45) What is SSPM?

(09:33) When to consider a SSPM?

(15:45) SaaS and the Cloud

(16:39) SaaS Attack Surface

(19:34) CASB vs SSPM

(24:00) Is ChatGPT a SaaS application?

(25:07) SSPM vs CSPM + CNAPP

(27:33) SSO and Onboarding

(29:21) Starting a SaaS Security Program

(36:48) Challenges with SaaS Security Program

(41:50) Where you can find Max!

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