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AWS Support is Here

This post was originally published here by Mike Schuricht. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has been a huge driver to move both public and internal corporate apps to the cloud. For many, a public IaaS platform like Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the first foray into the public cloud. Companies are using IaaS for DevOps automation to […]

real-time agentless data protection

This post was originally published here by  Nat Kausik. Yesterday, we hosted the IT architecture team from a large european financial institution.   They contacted us a few weeks ago, and asked to visit.  Was skeptical that they would actually show up, but they did.    Since it was our annual SKO, much of the company […]

Enabling External Collaboration with a CASB

This post was originally published here by  Rich Campagna. Bitglass’ Sales Kickoff was this week, our periodic chance to host the global sales team to get everyone trained on the latest and greatest, and pumped about the CASB market opportunity. At each of these events, we host a variety of speakers – technology partners, advisors, investors, channel partners, […]

Agentless Mobile Security patent awarded to Bitglass

Bitglass which recently raised $45 million series C funding to develop its cloud security product portfolio has been awarded a patent for Agentless Mobile Security. The US Patent 9,553,867 works as a prevalent technology across all major mobile platforms and enables the cloud access security broker to sync with a stolen, lost or de-provisioned device […]

How Google Secures G Suite Data

This post was originally published here by  Rich Campagna . Google recently released a whitepaper, Google Infrastructure Design Overview, which describes the Google infrastructure and operational model used to deliver services like G Suite in a secure fashion. The whitepaper describes everything from security of the physical infrastructure, to hardware and software, and the processes in place to ensure secure […]

2017 is here. here’s what it leaders expect.

Cloud applications are used in over half of enterprises globally and demand is growing rapidly. To better understand the priorities for IT leaders in 2017, we surveyed over 100 executives at the Gartner Symposium on planned deployments, security needs, and more. For many large enterprises, cloud has become necessary given the fexibility and mobility demands of a […]

Australian government offers $45 million funds to American Cloud Security firm

Australian Government has made it official that it is going to offer a $45 million fund to American Cloud Security firm Bitglass through Future Fund. The sovereign wealth fund is joined by Venture Capital sponsors which are New Enterprise Associates, Norwest Venture Partners, Singtel’s investing business subsidiary Innov8. Founded in 2006, the Future Fund holds […]

what’s so special about a CASB: part five

Performance and Scalability  are becoming an integral piece of organizations’ cloud security strategies. In Part 1we learned how businesses have evolved to become more mobile and thus required comprehensive data protection that extended beyond the cloud. In Part 2 we covered the importance of real-time inline data protection. In Part 3 we delved into the type of policies and controls […]

what’s so special about a CASB: part four

Discovery Beyond Shadow IT In Part 3 we learned about Bitglass’ unique capabilities that protect your data in real-time, end-to-end. While in-band security is critical, CASBs aim to provide comprehensive data protection, which includes out-of-band threats. Bitglass’ Breach Discovery solution goes a step beyond identifying Shadow IT apps by detecting all data exfiltration threats, including malware hosts, anonymizers, TOR networks […]

what’s so special about a CASB: part three

In Part 1 of this series, we explored how cloud security has evolved to encompass cloud apps and unmanaged device access. In Part 2, we learned how Bitglass is the only Cloud Access Security Broker that can provide total data protection in-line and in real-time end-to-end (from the cloud application to any device). So what features does Bitglass provide? How do we […]

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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