DoControl, an automated software as a service (SaaS) security company, has been issued U.S. Patent No. 11,606,395, called “Systems and Methods for Verifying and Enforcing Cybersecurity Control Policies across SaaS Platforms.”
The patent provides DoControl’s low-code/no-code SaaS Security Platform a “one hand to shake” security solution across all of the different Tier0 apps and platforms. The approach enables DoControl to simplify SaaS security operations, eradicate miscommunications between security and IT teams and reduce the amount of missed threats within SaaS apps through the unification of security controls across SaaS platforms.
“DoControl’s capabilities provide a much-needed resource for IT and security teams looking to regain control over their SaaS estates. The ability to implement the novel technology of DoControl’s SaaS Security Platform is instrumental to reducing everyday risks faced by enterprises,” said Adam Gavish, CEO, and co-founder of DoControl. “This patent is a testament to the constant innovation occurring at DoControl and we are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead as we continue making a meaningful impact on enterprise security.”
The significant growth of SaaS application usage, the demand to streamline SaaS security, and the economic pressures to consolidate vendors have contributed to a market need for a single service platform that can provide centralized security across diverse applications.
The granted patent reinforces DoControl’s centralized approach to securing business-critical SaaS applications and platforms through a single channel.