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Why uptime and performance are key to cloud security
The cloud has virtually infinite redundancy, storage and compute power, so why reinvent it? True cloud security should be delivered from the cloud itself.
Crawl, walk and run with SASE adoption
For organisations that would prefer to pace themselves and take a slower, more systematic approach to SASE adoption, a strategy of ‘crawl, walk, run’ is recommended, writes Bitglass regional sales director for ANZ Wayne Neich.
SASE: The new wave of securing the enterprise
Legacy network security solutions built around on-premises architectures cannot support the evolving demands placed on IT, writes Bitglass CTO Anurag Kahol.
The SASE triangle: How a CASB protects managed apps
Enterprises that fail to adapt to the modern business world when it comes to security are likely to fall prey to data breaches and experience a host of other problems, writes Bitglass product marketing manager Will Houcheime.
Bitglass receives US patent for SAML technology
Bitglass designed its SAML relay to allow a cloud access security broker (CASB) to be inserted into the traffic flow between users and cloud services during the login process.
Businesses underutilising cloud security due to lack of education and training
Demand is high for cloud security access brokers (CASB), but more training and clear goals are needed to ensure companies get full effectiveness of products.
Why enabling a remote workforce requires converging security at the edge
Data loss prevention (DLP) capabilities within a CASB solution have emerged as the most effective platform to prevent legitimate remote users from accidentally or maliciously sharing business data that could put an organisation at risk.
All we need to know about reverse proxy
To misquote George Orwell, not all cloud access security brokers (CASBs) are created equal.
How to achieve secure, flexible and scalable IaaS - Bitglass
While using IaaS brings many advantages, it also raises unique data leakage concerns that must be addressed in order to maintain robust cybersecurity.
Don’t leave security behind in your digital transformation
Security transformation is about consolidating your security services into a coherent whole that eliminates gaps between DX services.
Only 20% of organisations use cloud DLP – Bitglass
Each year, Bitglass conducts research on the state of enterprise cloud security in order to identify key trends and common vulnerabilities.
Palo Alto Networks introduces new cloud security suite
It aims to be the new benchmark in cloud security, transforming the cloud journey by simplifying access, data protection, and application security.
Partnership brings Bitglass solutions to Enosys users
Bitglass provides cloud access security for managed and unmanaged devices across an enterprise’s cloud footprint.
Interview: How Netskope is enabling secure use of cloud apps
Netskope has found that approximately 1000 applications are adopted by employees without the knowledge of IT staff, presenting a challenge for security teams.
Check Point announces general availability for CloudGuard SaaS
CloudGuard SaaS protects enterprises that use SaaS applications and cloud-based email.
Gartner names Bitglass a leader in cloud security
Bitglass was evaluated based on its ability to execute and its completeness of vision.
How to balance collaboration and security on Workplace by Facebook
There are 30,000 companies worldwide using the Facebook’s cloud collaboration platform for work.
Financial services breaches nearly triple in two years - Bitglass
“Financial organisations regularly handle sensitive, regulated data like home addresses, bank statements and Social Security numbers.”
Westcon-Comstor first local distie for Bitglass
Bitglass is continuing its expansion into APAC with it’s first distribution partnership in New Zealand.
Bitglass fuels A/NZ momentum with two executive appointments
Bitglass has appointed an A/NZ head of systems engineering, as well as an APJ director of channels and alliances who will be focusing first on A/NZ.
We need to stop thinking about security and networks as separate
We can no longer treat network security like a house onto which we keep tacking on additions and performing makeshift patch jobs.