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Glass Class: Three Essential Requirements for Securing IaaS

By Will Houcheime  |  August 14, 2019 at 4:56 AM  | 

 

In today's cloud-first world, organizations have been utilizing infrastructure as a service (IaaS) to better benefit their operations. Using tools like AWS, GCP, or Azure allows organizations to focus on business growth, as well as gain flexibility, scalability, and cost savings. While using IaaS does bring various advantages, it can also breed data leakage concerns. In our latest Glass Class, we expand on some key items that must be considered for data protection when adopting IaaS.

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Glass Class: The Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge

By Jacob Serpa  |  July 31, 2019 at 4:57 AM  | 

 

More and more organizations seeking enhanced employee productivity are deploying Slack every day. Slack is the premier messaging application in the modern enterprise, and is used for rapid communication and even file sharing. While the nature of this application does empower organizations and their users, it can also breed data leakage concerns. In the course of their day-to-day work, employees will upload massive amounts of sensitive data to this application. Naturally, this data must be secured. What is an organization to do? Find out in this episode of Glass Class.

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Securing G Suite with Bitglass

By Will Houcheime  |  July 29, 2019 at 4:56 AM  | 
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Moving from on-premises applications to cloud applications, such as G Suite, is a big step to becoming a modern enterprise. However, without proper security measures in place, the use of cloud applications can lead to unintended data leakage that may be detrimental to an organization’s success. This is particularly true when it comes to an application like Google Drive, which is commonly used to store and share sensitive information. So, what is a modern enterprise to do?

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Can Private Attorneys Help Prevent Cybercrime?

By Ben Rice  |  July 22, 2019 at 4:56 AM  | 
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The US government has attempted to legislate penalties for data breaches, both federally and by state, in hopes of creating incentives for companies and government agencies to better protect personally identifiable information (PII). See all 50 states and their data breach regulations here. As a result, there was a small adjustment in security strategies within the private sector; however, these changes were clearly not enough in light of the massive data breaches we read about in the news each week.

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