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Next-Gen CASB Blog

Cloud Security in 2018: What You Need to Know

By Rich Campagna  |  July 23, 2018 at 4:34 AM  | 

Cloud is the standard platform for performing work in 2018. Organizations are moving more of their applications to this new landscape every day. However, knowing how to secure SaaS apps like Office 365, IaaS offerings like AWS, and much more, can be a bit overwhelming – there are countless solutions that claim they can protect data in the cloud. Fortunately, the Next-Gen CASB is here to break it down for you. In this Glass Class, you can hear about the top security priorities for 2018 – from securing BYOD to protecting the long-tail of SaaS. Watch below to learn more.

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Regulatory Compliance in the Cloud: What, Why, How

By Derek Sanchez  |  May 24, 2018 at 4:23 AM  | 

Organizations are moving to the cloud more and more every day. SaaS apps like Office 365 and IaaS offerings like AWS are becoming staples in the enterprise. While all organizations leveraging the cloud must secure their data in this new landscape, this is particularly true of those in regulated industries. Healthcare firms must secure protected health information (PHI), financial services firms need to protect personally identifiable information (PII), and organizations around the world need to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To learn more about compliance, watch the Glass Class below. 

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GDPR Waits for No Company

By Jacob Serpa  |  May 23, 2017 at 6:00 AM  | 

shutterstock_289194575.jpgIn May of 2018, the EU will begin enforcing its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to ensure the security and privacy of member states’ citizens’ data. As virtually all organizations collecting or handling the personal data of EU citizens will be affected by the regulation, they must begin taking actions to reach compliance. Failure to do so can lead to heavy financial and reputational penalties.

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