Founded in 2013 when enterprises were just beginning to adopt the cloud, our founders anticipated an age when users would need secure access on the go to any app and any web destination, on any network and from any device. That heritage is reflected in today’s ability to automatically adapt to evolving security requirements; whether it be for BYOD initiatives, an increasingly remote workforce, or protection against zero day threats and data leakage as the combinations of users, devices, applications, web traffic, and infrastructure create an immeasurable matrix of interactions.
Our platform is designed to protect data and defend against threats for any interaction. It integrates cloud access security broker (CASB), SmartEdge Secure Web Gateway (SWG), and zero trust network access (ZTNA) to enforce a consistent set of policies from a single dashboard; built on our global Polyscale Architecture designed to scale with your business. As Bitglass' Total Cloud Security Platform forgoes the use of costly appliances and serves as a replacement for a number of disjointed point products, customers also report significant cost savings.
"I have used their support quite a bit. They are outstanding. I've been able to call them at any time that I'm here working. It doesn't matter when, they've always been very responsive. If I don't get somebody when I call, usually within five to 10 minutes, max, someone's calling me back."
-Sr Security Engineer, Healthcare Co., 100K+users
"The solution provides a single platform for CASB, web security, advanced threat protection, identity, data loss protection, and zero-trust network access. It does all that in one product. It's good because it allows us to adopt more and more cloud apps. It really gives us the flexibility to pursue any new technology that is going to benefit our organization,"
-CTO, Financial Services Firm
"They always talked about their infrastructure and how it auto-scales based on demand. What we would have is about 20,000-plus users logging in between at 8:00 am and 8:05 am Central Time, which was a ton of traffic all of a sudden slamming at the infrastructure, and it just handled it like a champ. It would scale."
-Sr. Security Engineer, 10,000-User Healthcare Firm