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Next-Gen CASB Blog

The Next-Gen CASB: Securing Office 365 and Outlasting the Competition

By Jason Lowe  |  October 17, 2018 at 4:54 AM  | 

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Just last week, Bitglass attended the ISC2 Security Conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana. The city known as “NOLA” and “The Big Easy” was definitely party central USA, with awesome restaurants, great music, and lovely old homes with picturesque courtyards. New Orleans was perfect for the large conference that was held at the Marriott Hotel on Canal Street. With over 2,000 individuals in attendance, it was an incredibly successful event for Bitglass.

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Bitglass Security Spotlight: Uber, Apollo, & Chegg

By Jacob Serpa  |  October 15, 2018 at 5:08 AM  | 
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Here are the top cybersecurity stories of recent weeks: 

  • Uber fined $148 million over cover-up
  • Apollo database of 200 million contacts breached
  • Chegg hack exposes 40 million users' credentials
  • Port of San Diego faces cyberattack
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MSFT Azure AD Conditional Access vs CASB

By Tim Davis  |  October 10, 2018 at 4:28 AM  | 

maxresdefaultFor many organizations, the move to the cloud means many more ways for employees to access sensitive data. The days of the corporate-issued laptop on the network (or VPN) being the only way to access corporate data are well behind us. While this increased flexibility can be a boon for end user productivity and mobility, it can also mean greatly increased risk of security events if not enabled in a secure fashion.

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Data Breaches on the Rise in Financial Services

By Jacob Serpa  |  October 8, 2018 at 4:53 AM  | 

Financial World: Breach KingdomFinancial services organizations are a prime target for hackers looking to steal and sell valuable data. This is because these firms handle sensitive information known as PII, personally identifiable information, as well as other financial data. In Financial World: Breach Kingdom, Bitglass' latest financial breach report, the Next-Gen CASB reveals information about the state of security for financial services in 2018. Read on to learn more. 

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