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Bitglass’ is a next-gen CASB technology, which enables organisations to extend the security controls of their traditional on-premise infrastructure to cover cloud applications and services.
Bitglass provides a security enforcing capability between cloud applications and consumers to enforce security, compliance and governance policies, protecting cloud data from unauthorised access, corruption, exfiltration.
As companies progressively move workloads to the cloud, the importance of CASB technology increases.
Bitglass enables your organisation to security utilise cloud applications whilst maintaining alignment to security policies that are within your control, be it Tier1 applications such as Office365, SFDC or Tier2 and custom applications.
The solution enables secure controlled access to any managed or unmanaged cloud application from any device whilst delivering real-time data and threat protection without requiring the deployment of agent software.
By 2020, 60 per cent of large enterprises will use a CASB to govern cloud services, up from less than 10 per cent in 2017.*
The Bitglass multi-protocol proxy architecture with Zero-Day Core ensures protection from known and unknown data leakage risks and malware threats, on managed and unmanaged apps, as well as on managed and unmanaged devices.
From initial deployment, the Bitglass system learns user behaviour while simultaneously collecting detailed reporting on every user and admin transaction.
Anomalous activity, such as increased permissions for a user account, such as step-up authentication, and associated suspicious activity are alerted to the Cyberseer Tier3 Analysts for immediate investigation.
Bitglass includes Zero-Day Malware Threat protection, powered by Cylance, to analyse and block known and unknown threats at rest in the cloud, or before upload from devices, or download to devices.
In combination with Bitlgass Next-Gen agentless AJAX-VM technology, known and unknown malware threats are blocked even on unmanaged devices without agents.