Netskope Security Cloud
Secure Web Gateway (SWG)
Your Secure Web Gateway (SWG)
is Blind to 50% of Traffic
A majority of web traffic now consists of cloud apps. In fact, more than 2,400 cloud apps are being used on average in the enterprise and it is critical to understand risky activities, data movement, and associated risk with all that cloud usage.
Current Secure Web Gateways were developed at a time when cloud app adoption was just getting started so they were architected to cover general web traffic and have an opaque view into cloud usage.
This presents a huge visibility gap and the inability to provide what is needed to effectively assess risk and take appropriate action.
Are you ready for the new era of network security in the cloud?
Anne welcomes back Neil Thacker, EMEA CISO at Netskope, to discuss Netskope’s latest Prove IT campaign. In particular, they explain that your SWG could be blind to more than 50% of traffic, and they showcase how Netskope can prove it.
Netskope's Security Transformation
Webinar Recording - Smart Cloud Security
Join Neil Thacker Netskope certified Engineer for a webinar to introduce Netskope – inline cloud-based security for all cloud services and web traffic.
Your Secure Web Gateway Can't Protect Your Most Important Traffic.
of web traffic travels through cloud applications and services
of web traffic is transport layer security (TLS) encrypted
Cloud usage is outside of your IT team’s control
And Netskope can
Unintentional or Unapproved Data Movement
Sensitive Data Propagation
More than 2,400 cloud apps are being used on average in the enterprise and while these apps are good for collaboration and productivity; they present blind spots for existing secure web gateways when it comes to sensitive data loss.
While this legacy mechanism may work when uploading or downloading files, most cloud app activity involves activities such as edit, create, and post that take place directly in the cloud app and this is a blind spot for existing secure web gateways.
Real-Time User Coaching
BYOD and 3rd Party Access
to Cloud Apps
Allow unmanaged device access to a specific cloud app for collaboration, however, do not allow downloading of sensitive data when on an unmanaged device.
Protect users from phishing attacks using cloud hosted fake forms (e.g. Office 365 login) to collect app access credentials.
of threats are cloud-enabled, including: