The social media tab within our attack surface dashboard is now generally available. Nudge Security discovers all the social media accounts tied to your corporate email domains and helps you understand who owns them.
With this functionality, all customers and trial users can now:
Quickly see all social media accounts associated with your organization
Discover employees who have created personal social media accounts using corporate emails
Easily identify who to contact in case of security issues with your organization’s social media accounts
Check it out in the screenshot below, and learn how this fits into our overall SaaS attack surface management capabilities in our recent blog post.
Today, we released a new OAuth risk scoring feature and improved the way we visualize and classify OAuth grants for easier management and risk prioritization. Additionally, you can now build custom notification rules based on flexible OAuth criteria, including setting an OAuth risk score threshold.
Here’s an interactive tour of the new and improved features:
Nudge Security customers can now subscribe to SaaS breach notifications.
When a data breach disclosure is discovered for a third- or fourth-party SaaS provider in your SaaS supply chain, Nudge Security will send you an email notification, alerting you to the potential impact of the breach. Here’s a recent example we sent to customers:
So, now whenever a SaaS data breach hits the headlines, you can quickly determine if your organization is in the blast radius.
To subscribe to breach notifications in the product, go to Settings and check “Receive breach notifications.”