SaaS misconfiguration a major finding

The “2022 SaaS Security Survey Report” is out and the key findings are around SaaS (Software as a Service) misconfiguration, which is leading to security incidents. The causes for these are multiple including, lack of visibility, too many departments with access, lower investment in security tools and staff.

Of those who took part in the survey 43 percent reported having dealt with security incidents caused by SaaS misconfiguration, however this could be as high as 63%.

One of the solutions to handle this problem is using SaaS Security Posture Management (SSPM) which provides automated continuous monitoring of cloud-based Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) applications like Slack, Salesforce, and Microsoft 365 to minimise risky configurations, prevent configuration drift and help security and IT teams to ensure compliance.

You can download the entire report at