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Glass Class: Integrating CASB with DLP

By Will Houcheime  |  October 17, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 

 

Most organizations withhold extremely sensitive data, and to prevent that information from leaking externally, they have turned to data loss prevention (DLP) tools. In the past, these organizations would apply DLP tools to their on-premises storage solutions, but as companies started to migrate to the cloud, their security strategy was in need of a change. Consequently, organizations began to adopt cloud access security brokers (CASBs) to protect their data. To learn about the integration between CASBs and DLP solutions, check out our latest Glass Class.  

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Appeasing the Oasis of Unknown: Shadow IT Discovery

By Samantha Nguyen  |  October 15, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 
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In a sea of millions of apps, which one is the biggest fish to fry? Firewall and proxy logs catch the traffic of users, but identifying what needs attention in such comprehensive logs can be overwhelming. Shadow IT discovery offers the ability to narrow down the search to apps that should be more closely monitored and controlled.

 

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Bitglass Security Spotlight: A Step-By-Step Guide To Breach Instagram

By Juan Lugo  |  October 7, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 
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Here are the top stories of recent weeks:  

  • Hacker Demonstrates his Step-By-Step Process to Breach Instagram’s Login Module
  • Uber Security Flaw Enables Threat Actors to Hitch a Ride, at Your Expense
  • Cyber Criminals Have Been Targeting IoT Connected Gas Pumps
  • Court Ruled In Favor of Start-up that Data Scraped LinkedIn User Profiles For Years
  • Hackers Find a Way to Attack One Billion Google Calendar Users
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Glass Class: How to Detect Malware

By Will Houcheime  |  October 2, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 

 

Malware can be a serious threat to organizations that don't have the proper security tools to protect against it. Some forms of malware can force enterprises to pay sums of dollars, freeze current operations, and more depending on the type of attack. To make matters worse, some malware attacks can lead to sensitive data being leaked, which has caused some companies to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in fines over the past few years. In our latest Glass Class, we discuss how to classify malware, and the type of tools organizations can use to put a halt to malicious attacks in real time.

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