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Bitglass’ 2020 Cloud Security Report

This post was originally published by Will Houcheime. This year, the fabric of our society has forgone unimaginable changes due to the global pandemic, and it’s likely that the impact will persist long after it is gone. The inevitable push towards a remote, cloud-first business ecosystem has catapulted in recent months, and many enterprises were […]

Enhancing Visibility with Bitglass and Splunk

This post was originally published by Juan Lugo. The complexity of organizations’ IT infrastructures is always increasing. Modern businesses are faced with cloud-based resources like software-as-a-service apps and infrastructure-as-a-service platforms, as well as personal devices, a diffuse remote workforce, IoT, and residual on-premises systems. Naturally, this makes achieving integrated visibility in today’s business world highly challenging. Fortunately, the […]

Cloud Security firm Bitglass issues an Insider Threat alert by accusing Netskope

Cloud Security firm Bitglass has issued an insider threat alert as soon as it learnt that one of its former employees has leaked confidential information to the firm’s competitor Netskope, which then gained an upper hand in the marketplace with the siphoned data. Joseph Green, who worked as an engineer in Bitglass till April’19 is […]

Mind the gap: Why securing the remote workforce is now a top priority for businesses everywhere

Anurag Kahol, CTO of Bitglass, discusses why businesses are struggling to shift gears when it comes to secure remote access across their systems, leaving major gaps in their data protection efforts that need to be urgently addressed. For most businesses, securing the remote workforce has been a growing priority for some time, but the unexpected […]

Pushing Web Security to the Edge is Common Sense

This post was originally published by Jonathan Andresen. Not many people would argue with Thomas Edison’s quote, “The three great essentials to achieve anything worthwhile are, first, hard work; second, stick-to-itiveness; third, common sense.” If anything, it’s the last point – common sense – that’s been a virtue of the IT and software industry for […]

SmartEdge is a Key Enabler for a Modern Remote Workforce

This post was originally published by Jonathan Andresen. To protect enterprise data, IT teams have to counter risks on two fronts: (a) insider risks, i.e. threats from within the organization, such as employees handling sensitive data and (b) outsider risks, i.e. those originating from malicious external sources. Read more here:https://www.bitglass.com/blog/pushing-web-security-to-the-edge-is-common-sense-1 Photo:gomedici.com

Bring Your Own Device: Bitglass’ 2020 Personal Device Report

This post was originally published by Juan Lugo. The surge of unmanaged devices syncing corporate data in recent months has served as a catalyst for BYOD (bring your own device) adoption. The way business is conducted is changing on a larger scale, and the integration of SaaS (software as a service) applications via the cloud is transcending […]

The Power of the Public Cloud

This post was originally published by Nat Kausik. Difficult to believe that there is lingering debate on whether a SaaS company should operate on the public cloud or in private data centers.  At Bitglass, we have no doubts.  Read more here: https://www.bitglass.com/blog/the-power-of-the-public-cloud Photo:www.aspirationhosting.com

How to Retain the Right Kinds of Control in the Cloud

This post was originally published by Jacob Serpa. The last several years have seen an unprecedented shift in the way that businesses conduct their operations and employees perform their work. Users are no longer confined to working on premises from desktop computers. Data is being accessed, stored, shared, and processed in new ways. While these […]

Cloud Security that Performs

This post was originally published by Nat Kausik. We heard from another customer today that their incumbent cloud security vendor keeps going down. And when it is not down, DLP scans take hours, if they complete at all.   What is going on? Cloud security offerings are typically based  on the network security model, where fixed […]

Bitglass’ Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) solution provides enterprises with end-to-end data protection from the cloud to the device. It deploys in minutes and works with any cloud app on any device. Bitglass protects data on mobile devices without the hassles of MDM and enables enterprises to enforce corporate data security policies across apps like Office 365, Salesforce, and Exchange. Bitglass, based in Silicon Valley, was founded in 2013 by a team of industry veterans with a proven track record of innovation and execution.
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