The Anthem breach last week is the latest in a long line of security breaches that has exposed sensitive data such as the names and social security numbers of customers and employees.
Th Anthem breach also presents a new wrinkle, and a big one. The cloud is now involved. As you assess your systems in the wake of this news, consider your cloud apps as well. Did you know that 8% of files in enterprise cloud storage apps violate a DLP policy? How can you minimize your risk?
I am excited to announce that Netskope is launching a complimentary offer today to help you better understand what sensitive data resides in your corporate instance of Box, Dropbox, Egnyte, Google Drive, or Microsoft Office 365 with OneDrive.
This is a self-service, no-install offer where you simply fill out a short form and get fast access to your own private and secure cloud tenant where you can quickly point your cloud storage app and initiate a file scan and content inspection. This complimentary service will look for sensitive data with PII, PCI, PHI, Source Code, and even Profanity violations. The tenant will be accessible for you up to 7 days so you can login to your personal dashboard and get details on the findings and effectively assess your risk.
Getting started is as easy going to http://www.netskope.com/whats-in-your-cloud
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Bob heads up the product marketing efforts at Netskope, the leader in safe cloud enablement. Bob is a prolific speaker and product demonstrator, reaching live audiences in more than 45 countries over the past decade. His career spans more than 20 years in Silicon Valley where he has held product management and marketing leadership roles at various technology companies. Most recently he was the Chief Evangelist at Riverbed.Follow on Twitter More Content by Bob Gilbert