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Next-Gen CASB Blog

Glass Class: Securing G Suite

By Juan Lugo  |  December 9, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 

 

G Suite is a set of cloud based productivity tools developed by Google. The Suite of products is comprised of Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more. These collaborative tools generally increase productivity and efficiency across organizations that utilize them. While these services are free to use for all consumers alike, they must be cognizant of how their sensitive data is uploaded to these cloud applications and how it is being secured. Organizations must deploy the proper tools that serve as additional layers of security for critical data uploaded to the cloud. Bitglass, a multi-mode cloud access security broker (CASB), provides end to end security without compromising the user experience or invading user privacy.

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Glass Class: Why Integration Matters for Cloud Security

By Molly Hickman-Smith  |  November 11, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 

 

Integrated cloud apps are becoming vital to the way people are working in this day and age. We adopt new cloud applications quickly and don’t often think about the risk associated with sharing the data. Cloud integration increases productivity and accessibility, and allows workers to be much more flexible with their work – but with that gift comes a security risk. Watch this week’s Glass Class to learn about the role Bitglass’ CASB plays in today’s cloud-first world.

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Glass Class: Where to Detect Malware

By Molly Hickman-Smith  |  October 28, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 

 

Many organizations fall to data breaches caused by malware. Malware can and will infect sensitive data uploaded to the cloud unless specific security measures are taken to prevent the spread of malware. With most organizations migrating to the cloud, the need for a cloud access security broker (CASB) becomes necessary to protect against cyberthreats. The complexity of identifying the types and sources of malware calls for a reliable CASB solution that can protect your cloud information from known and unknown threats. Watch the latest Glass Class to learn about the methods of detecting malware before it affects your organization.

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The Four Pillars of CASB: Visibility

By Juan Lugo  |  October 23, 2019 at 5:00 AM  | 
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Due to the potential for data leakage in the cloud, the use of CASBs (cloud access security brokers) is needed in order to maintain visibility over data that has gone beyond the reach of on-premises tools. Bitglass enables organizations to monitor cloud applications through one portal which offers complete oversight on all activities as well as thorough analytics.

 

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