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Next-Gen CASB Blog

How to Protect Data in a BYOD World

By Mike Schuricht  |  September 26, 2018 at 4:35 AM  | 

Every day, more and more corporate information is moving to employees' personal devices. This rise of BYOD (bring your own device) provides increased flexibility and productivity to employees and, consequently, the organizations for which they work. However, it also creates new cybersecurity concerns. Traditional tools built for corporate-owned, managed devices are not ideal for this new BYOD landscape. Learn more by watching the below Glass Class.

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Mobile Security in 2018 – It's Time to Evolve

By Salim Hafid  |  March 28, 2018 at 4:34 AM  | 

When organizations adopt cloud and allow employees to work from mobile devices, they need to begin securing their data in new ways. As corporate information flows to different types of endpoints, different types of tools are needed in order to protect it. It is time for the modern enterprise to evolve and make use of separate security solutions for managed and unmanaged devices – the two can no longer be treated in the same fashion. 

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Agentless Mobile Security: No More Tradeoffs

By Kevin Lee  |  January 25, 2018 at 4:54 AM  | 

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Have you ever seen a "Pick two out of three” diagram? They present three concepts and force individuals to select the one that they see as the least important. The tradeoffs between convenience, privacy, and security serve as a perfect example of a "Pick two" situation for many mobile security solutions. 

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The $650,649 iPhone Heist

By Rich Campagna  |  March 7, 2017 at 11:26 AM  | 


iphone-4s-elite-close2.jpegLast year, a stolen iPhone cost Catholic Healthcare Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia $650,649. Yes, a single iPhone. And no, it wasn't jewel encrusted or wrapped in a pure platinum case. It was a run of the mill iPhone that happened to contain the protected health information (PHI) of 412 nursing home residents. Unfortunately, the iPhone in question was neither encrypted, nor password protected.  The combination of PHI and lack of secure configuration meant a huge (and costly) HIPAA violation. 

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