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Securing the SaaS Layer

Galit Lubetzky Sharon of Wing Security on Protecting This Large Attack Surface
Securing the SaaS Layer
Galit Lubetzky Sharon, co-founder and CTO, Wing Security

Every organization uses software as a service. It is completely decentralized and mostly ungoverned. This introduces a major shadow IT problem, and it also creates a whole new attack surface.

"SaaS is a great thing," says Galit Lubetzky Sharon. But its decentralized and constantly changing nature makes securing it a challenge, adds the co-founder and chief technical officer of Wing Security.

"We want to enable the business to run forward, and SaaS is good for business. It accelerates the rate of production, productivity. That’s why we want to allow our users to use any SaaS they want. We just want to have them do it in the secure way," says Lubetzky Sharon.

In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Lubetzky Sharon discusses:

  • The two methods Wing Security uses to provide an organization with an inventory of every SaaS application it uses;
  • The types of data exposed by SaaS applications;
  • How Wing Security handles issues of compliance, remediation and privacy.

Lubetzky Sharon is a retired colonel in the Israel Defense Forces' 8200 Unit, Israel's signals intelligence component. After about 20 years of leading IDF's cybersecurity team, she co-founded Wing Security with Noam Shaar, IDF's former CISO, to meet the growing need to secure the SaaS layer.




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