Put SaaS security on autopilot.

It’s time to ditch the spreadsheets. Automate tedious, manual SaaS governance tasks and put your program on autopilot with purpose-built playbooks for SaaS security orchestration.

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Operate at scale.
Oversee SaaS security without getting caught in the weeds. Eliminate busywork by redistributing admin tasks to appropriate stakeholders.
Get your SaaS in gear.
Shortcut your path to strong SaaS governance with simple workflows that ensure thorough SaaS security work, complete with audit-ready reports.
Set it and forget it.
Manage it all at scale by automating best practices for continuous SaaS security and governance.

“Nudge Security alleviates the time spent chasing down employees to get them to follow security policies, and it does so in a friendly, automated way that’s much more effective and less stressful for everyone involved.”

Kunal Anand
CTO at Imperva

How it works

Here’s how to automate SaaS security best practices across your organization.



Run purpose-built playbooks.
Accomplish common SaaS security tasks with ease by running our playbooks. Each playbook includes automated shortcuts to help you meet your SaaS security and governance goals with less manual work.


Share your results.
Keep auditors and stakeholders informed by sharing the results of the playbooks you run. When your team offboards a departing employee, you can report on exactly who revoked what access and when.


Put your playbooks on autopilot.
For continuous SaaS security at scale, playbooks offer automation rules, so you can programmatically reinforce SaaS best practices as your SaaS footprint grows. Look, Ma, no hands!
Offboard employees completely.

Get a complete view of departing users’ SaaS and say goodbye to lingering access. Automatically revoke OAuth grants, revoke SSO-managed accounts, and reset passwords for accounts that fall outside of SSO. Learn more ➔

Onboard AI tools safely.

Do your users understand how to use AI tools safely? Easily roll out an AI acceptable usage policy for your workforce and automatically prompt employees with guidance when they sign up for new AI tools. Learn more ➔

Remove abandoned accounts.

Experimentation may fuel innovation—but it can also create orphaned accounts. Reduce risk and control costs by discovering abandoned SaaS accounts, removing unnecessary access, and reclaiming unused licenses. Learn more ➔

Onboard apps to SSO.

Are you sure your SSO implementation is complete? Our playbooks for Okta and Azure AD help you discover critical apps that haven’t been onboarded to SSO and work with app owners to get them across the finish line. Learn more ➔

Gain context about app usage.

Why did a VP sign up for PandaDoc when you’re already paying for DocuSign? Our playbook helps you discover why employees are adopting new apps—and in some cases, redirect them to approved alternatives. Learn more ➔

Manage your AWS footprint.

When users spin up AWS accounts outside of your centralized governance process, they may as well be invisible. Avoid unnecessary costs and risks by discovering rogue accounts and adding them to your AWS organization. Learn more ➔

Perform access reviews.

Get audit-ready faster by streamlining SaaS access reviews and reporting for SOC 2 and other compliance initiatives. Discover in-scope apps, verify who needs access, and provide evidence of a repeatable, reliable process. Learn more ➔

Automate SaaS security best practices today.

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Playbooks are part of a much bigger picture.  

Explore our use cases to learn how Nudge Security can help you effectively manage and secure your entire SaaS estate.

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