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Security Posture for Workday


Security posture for Workday is in the early beta stage and undergoing final testing before its official release. If you would like to get early access to this new app, contact your Netskope sales representative or support.

Workday, Inc., is a cloud-based financial management, human capital management, and student information system software company. The Workday environment is dynamic and needs to be continuously monitored for misconfigurations and vulnerabilities. These include financial, HR, talent, payroll, analytic and more application-related configurations and settings. With Netskope, you can now definitively answer key questions such as; does my organization have safe defaults for Workday applications and new users. You can get a clear picture of your SaaS security posture and see how the environment is performing against standards and best practices like Workday best practices benchmarks. If violations are found, items are flagged as critical, high, medium, or low. With an easy way to monitor and report on the security of the Workday environment, administrators can run a report for auditors and quickly remediate and address gaps that were found using recommended guidance.

To configure security posture for Workday, follow the links below:

  1. Configure Workday Instance for Security Posture

  2. Configure Security Posture Policy


    As part of the beta release, Netskope supports one predefined profile and rule for Workday. Currently, there is one predefined profile - Workday Best Practices and it comprises of one rule - Ensure Integration System users are not allowed to sign in using UI session. More profiles and rules will be rolled out in due course.

  3. View Security Posture Compliance