- The security platform from Valence is compatible with several SaaS programs, including Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, Slack, Salesforce, GitHub, Okta, Atlassian Corp. Plc, and Workday.
- The last time Valence made headlines was in October, when it raised USD 25 million in fresh capital to assist clients in protecting their SaaS meshes from security hazards.
Valence Security Inc., a cybersecurity firm, introduces AI Assistant, with generative AI and OpenAI LP integrations, into the Collaborative SaaS Security Remediation Platform.
The company contends that security teams may struggle to comprehend and manage safety for varied software-as-a-service applications. Each program’s unique features, including terminology, permissions, data models, and security setups, call for a depth of knowledge that is frequently challenging to maintain.
The Valence AI Assistant uses AI to examine SaaS security concerns and setups to remedy them. The service’s analysis offers security teams the tools they need to assess hazards quickly and develop successful remediation plans.
The security platform from Valence is compatible with several SaaS programs, including Microsoft 365, Slack, Google Workspace, GitHub, Salesforce, Okta Inc., Atlassian Corp. Plc, and Workday Inc. Security teams use Valence AI Assistant to improve their comprehension of potential vulnerabilities across different platforms and facilitate more effective communication with the business application owners who are in charge of maintaining these apps.
Shlomi Matichin, Chief Technology Officer and Co-founder, said, “As the first generative AI-enabled SaaS security provider, Valence is leading the way in leveraging the potential for AI to enhance SaaS security. This announcement emphasizes our commitment to providing our customers with the most innovative and effective security solutions available.”
The last time Valence made headlines was in October, when it raised USD 25 million in fresh capital to assist clients in protecting their SaaS meshes from security hazards. Valence projects itself as the first cybersecurity firm to apply zero-trust security concepts to the “Business Application Mesh.” The company was founded in 2021 and came out of stealth in October of the same year.
Investors backing the company include YL Ventures, M12 venture fund of Microsoft Corp, Akamai Technologies Inc., Porsche Ventures, and Alumni Ventures.