SkopeSight: More than half of the cloud apps in use in the Netskope Active Platform don’t support multi-factor authentication

July 9, 2014 Jamie Barnett

 

More than half (53.9%) of the enterprise cloud apps in use in the Netskope Active Platform do not support multi-factor authentication.
Several recent data breach incidents involving cloud services could have been avoided or mitigated with the use of robust authentication.

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Jamie Barnett

From her experience in various management roles at Zenprise, Citrix, McAfee, RSA Security and InfoArmor, Jamie Barnett brings more than 15 years of experience to Netskope as the chief marketing officer. Coffee notes: Jamie fuels her relentless energy with Peet’s House Blend.

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