Instructor-Led Virtual Training - Fundamentals of Netskope

May 5, 2016 Gary Ochs


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Instructor-led virtual training offered by Cloud Harmonics.

****A completion certificate will be provided to all students who complete this course****


The cloud and the, rise in mobility access, have made the enterprise boundary elusive, soft, and porous.  With its Active Platform, Netskope, the leader in safe cloud enablement, provides discovery, deep visibility, and granular control of sanctioned and unsanctioned cloud applications. With Netskope, IT can now direct usage, protect sensitive data, and ensure compliance in real-time, on any device, including native apps on mobile devices - whether on-premises or remote. With the broadest range of deployment options in the market offered by Netskope, businesses can move fast, and with confidence. 

Netskope Active Platform helps drill into and pivot around activity- and data-level details in your cloud, including users, applications, devices, activities, and content. See activities in context, like “Five unauthorized users outside of the country are downloading PII from several HR apps.”


In this instructor-led virtual hands-on workshop you will learn how Netskope allows you to discover cloud application usage and the associated risk. You can discover how to get a deep understanding of, and control over the activities and data flowing through these applications.

Join us for a 1/2 day introduction in the Netskope solution.

During this workshop you will:

  1. Get an overview of the Netskope platform.
  2. Perform a cloud risk assessment based of cloud based applications.
  3. Deploy the platform inline to get control over cloud app usage.
  4. Use the Netskope enterprise DLP engine to classify and act on sensitive data.
  5. Get control over your data at-rest in your sanctioned cloud apps.

About the Author

Gary Ochs

Gary brings more than 20 years of experience in sales, sales management, business development and channel management to his role. Gary has helped companies grow in different markets including networking, security and managed security services. Examples include Raptor Systems (acquired by Axent/Symantec); New Oak Communications (acquired by Nortel) and most recently Q1 Labs/IBM where Gary was a business development and channels executive. Coffee notes: Gary likes to start his day with Intellig

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