Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Another day, another massive data breach, this one involving Uber and the theft of data on more than 57 million drivers and customers. Like the recent high profile AWS S3 misconfigurations leading to unwanted exposure of sensitive data, the Uber hack could have been prevented with basic Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) policies in place. Specifically, identity and access control capabilities.

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • After hundreds of CASB deployments in the nearly 5 years since Bitglass was founded, we have customers in every major industry vertical. Regulated industries like healthcare and financial services rely heavily on Bitglass, but cloud security problems are fairly horizontal in nature, impacting everyone. With such a diverse customer base, it's fascinating to understand how the importance of differen...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Bitglass just attended the Gartner Symposium conference in Barcelona. Despite concerns that cloud is not yet top of mind for organizations in Spain, the number of conference attendees indicated otherwise. Bitglass' VP of Europe (Eduard Meelhuysen) and I made a point to walk around the show floor to assess the current state of cloud. Clearly, demand for cloud security is a global phenomenon. 

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Some months ago, we visited with the CTO of a large financial services firm.  The firm had another CASB installed, only to find that a large amount of highly sensitive information had leaked.  Could Bitglass help?

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • The top cybersecurity stories of the week revolved around malware and breaches. Infections and data theft remain very threatening realities for the enterprise. 400 Million Malware Infections in Q3 of 2017 In the last few months, malware has successfully infected hundred of millions of devices around the world. As time passes, threats will continue to become more sophisticated, effective, an...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • The CASB market has evolved considerably in its first few years of existence as enterprises have sought out how best to use these tools. Early adopter use cases in Shadow IT visibility provided a shocking “aha” moment for enterprises, but limited long term value. The rise of Office 365 and other major SaaS platforms cemented CASBs as a strategic aspect of enterprise security infrastructure – provi...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Many organizations struggle with unknown apps. Whether it's a new EFSS service, a messaging platform, or any other web-based service, new apps are driving corporate data outside the firewall and oftentimes beyond managed "sanctioned" cloud applications like Office 365. To manually identify new upload paths is an impossible task that is sure to result in some data loss. Instead, organizations must ...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • We recently hosted a Bitglass customer roundtable during one of our training classes. The roundtable included several large healthcare organizations, and the topic quickly veered towards Data Leakage Prevention and using standard keyword and regular expression patterns to detect Protected Health Information (PHI). I was shocked when I heard one of the participants state that their premises-based n...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • In the past couple of years, enterprises have devoted massive time and resources to securing well known SaaS applications like Office 365, Salesforce and Box, often relying on tools like IDaaS and Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs). These deployment projects typically represent a very visible first step towards cloud adoption for a given enterprise.

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • The growing demand for mobility in the workplace is causing IT departments to rethink how they allow users to access corporate data. Bring your own device (BYOD) programs are becoming more popular in large enterprises because they offer increased savings and flexibility for employees working remotely. While there are many upsides to BYOD policies, organizations still face many risks when it comes ...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Here’s a look at this week’s top security stories: A new variation of Petya ransomware is making its way through Russia and Ukraine. Bad Rabbit is the latest form of ransomware targeting organizations with file-encrypting malware. While many characteristics of this attack mirrored those of the Petya ransomware in June, it was unique in that it used the Trojan-like Mimikatz tool to extract creden...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Although the cloud is a boon to productivity, flexibility, and cost savings, it can also be a confusing tool to utilize properly. When organizations misunderstand how to use it, they often expose themselves to threats. While there aren’t necessarily more threats when using the cloud, there are different varieties of threats. As such, organizations need to employ the below cloud security best pract...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • We live in a mobile-first world where employees want to be able to access data anytime, anywhere. This push for more flexibility in the workplace has led many IT departments to roll out bring your own device (BYOD) programs.

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • Recently, a trivia-loving employee at Bitglass uncovered an interesting job opening on a leading financial institution’s careers page. The position was titled “Cloud Access Security Broker Principal Architect” and was focused on ensuring the full implementation of a cloud access security broker (CASB). This obviously highlights the growing importance of advanced security solutions like CASBs. In l...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
SlideShare Presentation
  • By now you are likely familiar with Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) and understand how they fit into your broader security and cloud strategy. What should organizations be looking for in a CASB? What capabilities are here or on the horizon that can provide improved data protection in the cloud? Bitglass and (ISC)2 presents the final episode of the CASB series where we will examine where cl...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
SlideShare Presentation
  • For enterprises looking to protect cloud app data, Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) have quickly emerged as the go-to solution. But how have CASBs matured and encompassed critical pieces of the security puzzle, from identity management to data leakage prevention? Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 for Episode 1 of the CASB Wars webinar trilogy for a discussion about the evolution of CASBs from app di...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
SlideShare Presentation
  • Office 365 and other SaaS apps offer a number of advantages over premises-based apps, from easy access and deployment to lower costs. A key advantage of SaaS apps is IT's ability to shift the burden for app and infrastructure security to the cloud vendor while data security remains the responsibility of the enterprise. Migrating to Office 365 introduces several new avenues for data leakage: one-c...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
SlideShare Presentation
  • Enterprises are migrating to the cloud in droves, taking advantage of lower costs, easy deployment, and improved infrastructure security. Protecting data in the cloud, however, remains a challenge as employees push to access cloud apps from any device, anywhere. In this webinar, Michael Ball, CISO at AGF Investments and Rich Campagna, VP of Products at Bitglass, will discuss the evolution of Clo...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
SlideShare Presentation
  • Greg Schaffer, CISO at FirstBank and Rich Campagna, VP of Products at Bitglass, provide practical cloud security advice that you can apply immediately in your organization. Focusing on O365 but offering a broad view, Greg and Rich will cover top concerns, mitigating controls and give examples of how your peers have responded to the cloud security challenge.

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
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Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
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  • Hardly a day goes by without a widely reported breach or hacking event in a major enterprise. Deloitte has the misfortune of being today's top information security news story. In this case, it's been reported that Deloitte email servers, hosted on Microsoft Azure, were compromised after hackers gained access to a privileged user's credentials. The attackers had wide access to Deloitte's email syst...

Bitglass, Inc.
Bitglass, Inc.
Blog Post
  • The Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) market, barely 4 years old, has rapidly evolved from a visibility tool for unsanctioned cloud apps, to the de facto data protection standard as enterprises adopt cloud and mobile. Early entrants in the space drew much press and funding, but after the early shock factor of having 100's of Shadow IT apps wore off, most were left scratching their heads what to ...

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