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Next-Gen CASB Blog

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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The Cloudfathers: The Latest Cybersecurity Findings For Fortune 500

By Juan Lugo  |  September 30, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 
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As areas of cloud computing, social media, e-commerce, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) are being explored and developed, the potential growth for leading tech organizations remains strong.

 

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The Four Pillars of CASB: Identity

By Juan Lugo  |  September 25, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 
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With cloud being so prevalent, it is inefficient for organizations to not consolidate the existing identity and authentication systems used for internal applications. Consequently, employees will no longer need to memorize multiple passwords for the plethora of applications used in-house by utilizing a single sign-on. With the Bitglass admin platform, you can govern how and where employees can access corporate data. With this tool, organizations can block, allow, coach, or provide immediate levels of access to data and applications based on user identity and context. Additionally, organizations can use granular policies that can grant access based on the browser or application, type of device, and location.

 

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Digital Transformation, Cybersecurity, Cloud Apps, and Cloud Security

By Ben Rice  |  September 16, 2019 at 4:56 AM  | 
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What you see in the title is what we covered in our latest webinar, but what part of it is really important? All of it? Some? Or is it all just marketing blather that can be ignored? The truth lies in the middle – we are all adopting more cloud in our personal lives, whether we like it or not. Every time we buy from Amazon, we give it data about us and we support their business model, which is distinctly cloudy. Same for us as businesses – when we buy services from AWS we support the continued growth of cloud. The takeaway here is that most, if not all of our data will soon be stored off premises.

 

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