Get full visibility into the managed and unmanaged SaaS tools connected to your environment, and manage from a single, aggregated view. Your team can authorize and deauthorize apps and be notified of new risky apps.
Map the permissions requested to connected SaaS apps. Reco can measure the risk introduced by connected apps that haven’t been used, but still retain access to SaaS data.
Rely on advanced analytics based on a combination of algorithms, models, processes and tools to help you prioritize the riskiest apps. Use this intelligence to remove unused or unsanctioned apps.
Maintain compliance using digital asset inventory for all of your SaaS apps. Continuously evaluate and quantify the severity of each integration’s overall risk so you can prioritize which to address first.
Apps for org with ~500 employees
Apps for org with 1500+ employees
New AI SaaS apps connected every week
An app connected to our Salesforce instance had permission to view opportunity status fields as well as notes, and automatically sent a letter and flowers to a prospect. How did I not know about that?
A Sales Rep connected a GenAI app to our Zoom. The GenAI app automatically changed the configuration of Zoom to record every meeting and upload the file into the GenAI app. These meetings contained highly confidential information from SEC and Board meetings. We had to go through the pain of removing all confidential information from the recordings as well as from the GenAI app.