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Next-Gen CASB Blog

The Many Benefits of a Cloud Access Security Broker

By Will Houcheime  |  March 11, 2019 at 4:56 AM  | 

 

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Today, organizations are finding that storing and processing their data in the cloud brings countless benefits. However, without the right tools (such as cloud access security brokers (CASBs), they can put themselves at risk. Organizations’ IT departments understand how vital cybersecurity is, but must be equipped with modern tools in order to secure their data. CASBs protect against a wide range of security concerns that enterprises face when migrating to the cloud. Consequently, they have quickly increased in popularity and have become a one-stop-shop for countless enterprise security needs.   

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"Collection #1" Data Breach

By Paul Sullivan  |  March 6, 2019 at 4:56 AM  | 

 

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News of the 773 million email data breach that Troy Hunt announced for Have I Been Pwned certainly got a lot of coverage a few weeks ago. Now that the dust has settled, let’s cut through some of the hype and see what this really means for enterprise security.

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Moving Day!

By Nat Kausik  |  January 15, 2019 at 3:43 PM  | 

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Moving day is always exciting.  When someone from the security team at one of our customers moves to another company.  Or from one of our competitor's customers for that matter.  The first call they make after the move is Bitglass!   

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SaaS Apps And the Need for Specialized Security

By Paul Sullivan  |  December 19, 2018 at 4:54 AM  | 
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Keeping cloud services running is a complex, multi-faceted endeavor for cloud service providers. They need to juggle adding new features, keeping their customers’ sensitive data secure, and having high uptime for their services – there is virtually no room for error. Microsoft learned about the need for high uptime a few weeks ago when they suffered a four-hour outage for users with multi-factor authentication enabled on their Azure and Office 365 services.

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