TechDocs: Protect Your SaaS with the Latest Aperture Features


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The Aperture team is working hard to make your life easier and keep your SaaS applications secure. New features introduced recently include:

  • Automatic Risk Remediation: The Aperture service introduces a powerful new feature that can automatically discover and remediate risks. You can create policy rules that automatically quarantine compromised assets, change sharing to maintain network security, and notify owners when an asset is vulnerable. When you automatically remediate risks, the Aperture service can process and fix large volumes of risks in record time with minimal overhead. Aperture supports automatic remediation on Outlook 365, Google Drive, Box, and Dropbox.
  • Support for Salesforce Sandbox: SaaS applications supported by the Aperture service now include Salesforce Sandbox applications. A Sandbox creates copies of your Salesforce organization in separate environments. You can use them for development, testing, and training, without compromising the data and applications in your Salesforce production account.
  • Enhanced Administrator Roles: Account choices in the Aperture service include a new Read Only administrator role. There are now three administrator roles you can manage to give you greater control over which tasks administrators can and cannot perform.

As always, you can find our content on our Technical Documentation page under the Aperture documentation page.

Happy reading!
Your friendly Technical Documentation team

Have questions? Contact us at:

[Palo Alto Networks Research Center]

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