repeal and replace

This post was originally published here by  Nat Kausik. Repeal and replace might have controversial connotations, but not in this case.    This week, we received yet another inquiry on our webchat line.  Media conglomerate rolled out MobileIron and failed.  Then tried AirWatch and failed.   Rather than fail again with free Intune, they thought […]

there may be a shark circling your data

This post was originally published here by  Jacob Serpa. In today’s business environment, cybersecurity remains a topic of great importance. As more companies migrate to the cloud, security concerns continue to evolve. While BYOD (bring your own device) affords employees more flexibility as they work from a multitude of devices, it also exposes data to nefarious parties […]

the cure for infectious malware

This post was originally published here by  Chantelle Patel. Organizations have seen rapid growth in cloud adoption over the last few years which in turn have introduced new threats and increased the risk of data leakage. Among the most prominent threats are malware and ransomware – long a problem on endpoints. With the advent of public cloud apps, […]

Why You Need A CASB for GDPR Compliance

This post was originally published here by  Rich Campagna. With enforcement of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is just over a year away in May, 2018, your planning efforts should already be well underway. Adoption of cloud applications across the EU continues at a rapid clip, and the global nature of leading cloud applications means […]

How to Save $2.04M on Secure Office 365

This post was originally published here by  Rich Campagna. I have a lot of conversations with organizations trying to evaluate not only the functional differences, but the cost and licensing differences between Office 365 and a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB). In one such recent conversation, I was asked how much the organization in question could save by carving out […]

the white flag & ajax-vm

This post was originally published here by  Nat Kausik. A global aerospace giant pinged our chat line earlier this week.  They were shopping for a CASB, and told us that they were referred to us by a competitor.  Say what? Turns out this customer uses GSuite (aka Google Apps).  And needed real-time inline data protection […]

CASB is Eating the MDM Market

This post was originally published here by   Rich Campagna. In a prior post, I covered how the Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) market is eating the Identity as a Service (IDaaS) market. Interestingly, many enterprises are also treating CASB platforms as a replacement or alternative to Mobile Device Management (MDM)/Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) solutions. Huh? What does a cloud […]

bringing advanced threat protection to the cloud

This post was originally published here by  Salim Hafid. Threats to corporate data are growing at a rapid pace, particularly with malware and ransomware becoming more sophisticated. The potential for a zero-day attack to compromise your endpoints, cloud apps, and more is very high. In fact, more endpoints are at risk now with the popularity […]

Malware Waits for No CASB

This post was originally published here by  Rich Campagna. Cloud and mobile are driving an incredible amount of corporate data outside the firewall, and beyond the reach of traditional security, including malware protection. As enterprises adopt cloud and BYOD, threats follow.  Bad actors are getting increasingly sophisticated with their attacks, leading to a massive drop […]

casb is eating the idaas market

This post was originally published here by Rich Campagna. In the past 6-9 months, I’ve noticed a trend amongst Bitglass customers where more and more of them are opting to use the identity capabilities built into our CASB in lieu of a dedicated Identity as a Service (IDaaS) product. As CASB identity functionality has evolved, there is less need […]

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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