SaaS is the new Endpoint

How are you securing your SaaS systems and data?

6th December 2022, 6:30PM

Pulitzer Hotel, Amsterdam


Has anyone on the panel created a program for continuously monitoring the security posture of their major SaaS platforms (e.g. M365, Salesforce, Workday, ServiceNow, GitHub etc...)? If not, how are you assessing the security of the configuration of your SaaS applications currently(e.g. manual risk assessments once or twice a year)?
Does your team have visibility into the third party applications that have access to your production data in these systems and the permissions they’ve been granted
How do your teams keep up with the product release notes, new features, common vulnerabilities etc... constantly being released by your SaaS providers?
Do you currently have a way to measure and report on the configuration of your SaaS instances against common security and compliance frameworks like NIST 800.53, CIS, SOX, ISO27001?
Who is collecting SaaS events logs and normalizing them into a common format for the purposes of detecting potential security events, breaches, compromised account credentials etc...


Brandon Romisher – VP EMEA

Brandon leads the EMEA organisation at AppOmni. Originally from Philadelphia, he’s led international GTM expansion for cloud-security startups like OpenDNS and RedLock, as well as blue-chip cyber companies like Cisco and Palo Alto Networks.
Prior to operations, Brandon advised companies in the Technology M&A space, and started his career as a consultant at PwC. Brandon resides in London with his wife Juliana.

Rob Gregg – Senior Solutions Engineer EMEA

Rob leads the solutions engineering team for the EMEA organisation at AppOmni. He comes with a wealth of experience from previous roles working with threat intelligence, network security and CASB technologies at companies ranging from tiny startups to massive multi national corporations. When not spending his time helping AppOmni customers to secure their critical SaaS Rob spends his days time walking his dog in the parks of east London.


Executive Dinner in Amsterdam

Venue: Pulitzer Hotel

6th December 2022, 6:30PM


AppOmni delivers centralized visibility, unmatched data access management, and security controls for any app, including Box, GitHub, Google Workspace, Jira, Microsoft 365, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Slack, Workday, Zoom, and many more. AppOmni protects more than 82 million users across a broad range of SaaS platforms and has secured more than 260 million exposed data records. The company’s SaaS security management software provides cost savings by speeding up development processes and enabling security and IT teams to secure more of their tech stacks with fewer resources. The AppOmni Developer Platform extends AppOmni’s SaaS security expertise, insights, and continuous monitoring to all SaaS applications, including custom SaaS apps built in-house.

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