SaaS has many advantages over on-premises software deployments, including lower upfront costs, quick setup and deployment, and accessibility from any device with a browser and internet connectivity. Because of this, organizations rely on SaaS to run their operations. Yet a single misconfiguration of your SaaS could lead to data theft or malicious data corruption. For example, not configuring the requirement for complex passwords can make a brute force attack on a SaaS account login more likely to succeed. Or improper file restrictions may make data available for users who should not have access to it. That is why organizations need a SaaS security posture management (SSPM) solution.