Demo - Granular Visibility and Control

November 13, 2016

When it comes to safely enabling the cloud, legacy security products force you into a coarse-grained decision of what cloud services to block vs which ones to allow. Organizations today want to control Shadow IT and not necessarily block it outright.

One of the key limitations with legacy security products is the limited visibility they provide into cloud usage. For Shadow IT, these products often rely on firewall log parsing or network proxies that simply extract basic web session info such as the source and destination IP address and how much data was uploaded and downloaded. While this is a good first step, deeper visibility is needed to address key cloud security use cases.

Netskope is different. Using a patented technology, Netskope decodes API-level cloud transactions in real-time and provides visibility and policy enforcement in context of user, device, location, application, activity, and data. Netskope supports all cloud traffic including both sanctioned and unsanctioned software as a service, infrastructure as a service, and platform as a service and covers access from browsers, mobile apps, desktop apps, and sync clients.

The result is that instead of forcing you to block cloud services, Netskope can safely enable any cloud service by finding and blocking risky activities. Example use cases include:

  • Monitor or control advanced or cross-service activities in real time
  • Prevent data exfiltration from a sanctioned to an unsanctioned cloud service
  • Apply encryption based on conditional factors
  • Or any of the hundreds of cloud security use cases
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