As employee-owned devices become the norm in the workplace, organizations without the appropriate security infrastructure lose control and visibility over corporate data accessed from these devices. Enabling secure BYOD has thus become one of the greatest challenges facing IT leaders.
Mobile device management (MDM), seen by many as cumbersome and invasive, have struggled to see meaningful adoption among employees. Instead, enterprises are turning to data-centric security, capable of contextual access controls and real-time DLP. In this webinar, we discuss the trends driving growth in demand for BYOD, the drawbacks of MDM, and some of alternative solutions used to secure employee-owned devices without agents.
RecordedSep 14 201629 mins
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Hussein Syed, RWJBarnabas Health; Alex Fry, Strong Crypto Innovations LLC; Mike Schuricht, Bitglass
Mobile computing and the use of cloud applications are touted as ways to help healthcare providers deliver better patient care. Clinicians carrying tablets or other devices to exam rooms and patients’ bedsides can quickly access and update patient data and other vital resources necessary for accurate and expeditious treatment.
No one disputes the value of “anytime, anywhere” computing in healthcare – indeed, in other industries as well – but there is a concern about the risk associated with access to sensitive and regulated data via unmanaged devices and unsanctioned cloud applications.
In this CISO panel discussion moderated by Hussein Syed, CISO at RWJBarnabas Health and joined by panelists Alex Fry, Principal Security Consultant at Strong Crypto Innovations LLC and Mike Schuricht, VP of Product Management, Bitglass, you’ll learn about real-world approaches to some of the most vexing challenges of mobile and cloud computing.
A common problem in regulated industries is that clients wish to interact with business users via unmanaged consumer applications such Box, Dropbox etc. At the same time, security demands that internal documents not be uploaded to these applications.
Emerging zero-day technology for unmanaged apps makes any cloud service "read-only." View or download content on any app, but not upload, allowing external collaboration while protecting sensitive data and ensuring regulatory compliance. Join us for this Bitglass Webinar express to learn more.
Enterprises are quickly moving their corporate data and custom internal apps to IaaS platforms like AWS, but many lack the visibility and control they need over business-critical data and workloads. Services like S3 and RDS, for example, store massive volumes of sensitive data that enterprises must protect.
In this webinar, we explore key security issues faced by enterprises during data migration from on-prem to AWS, how cloud access security brokers (CASBs) are evolving to protect IaaS with granular access controls, real-time-DLP, encryption/tokenization, and more. Learn how a CASB can help enterprises achieve compliance and protect data across apps deployed in AWS.
Organizations in the healthcare industry handle data more sensitive (and valuable) than that of companies in perhaps any other sector. Because of this, those organizations need to demonstrate a heightened standard of data security and privacy. To ensure this, the U.S. has enacted the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). While use of the cloud affords organizations greater efficiency, it also complicates issues of security and regulatory compliance. But the good news is that solutions that enable cloud and security are available. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 on November 2, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern to learn about the requirements of HIPAA and the specific security capabilities that healthcare firms need in order to meet compliance requirements.
Benjamin Massin, CEO at The SCE Group & Gleb EvfaresTov, Solutions Engineer at Bitglass
The modern science of securing applications to a broad range of devices.
Do you want people accessing your data from that device? Do you know where that device has been? Would you trust that device to protect your personal data? While cloud applications offer tremendous benefits over traditional on-premise, IT Executives face many challenges involving data security and compliance. Unmanaged devices, unauthorized access, and unsanctioned apps are all significant threats, increasing the risk of data leakage and being the next organization in the headlines. Cloud access security brokers, or “CASBs” are the tools technology leaders have turned to, protecting data across applications, and mitigating other malicious threats.
In this webinar, Benjamin Massin, CEO of The SCE Group, and Gleb EvfaresTov, Solutions Engineer at Bitglass, will discuss how to balance the benefits of moving to the cloud, while implementing a security solution, protecting identities and data end-to-end.
Jacob Serpa, Product Marketing Manager, Bitglass; Brandon Dunlap (Moderator)
Financial services firms face a unique set of challenges. Not only do they store large amounts of sensitive personal data, but they also face heavier regulations than many other verticals. In particular, these organizations must reach compliance with regulations like the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA). As cloud adoption continues to spread within the industry, financial firms must be particularly focused on achieving cybersecurity in ways that ensures compliance. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 on October 5, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern as we discuss the different aspects of GLBA that financial services organizations need to know and how different tools that can help with compliance.
Brian Lozada, CISO of Zocdoc, and Karthik Venna, Product Manager at Bitglass
Driven by ease of deployment, cost effectiveness, and improved productivity among employees, many organizations have adopted cloud technology. Although there are significant benefits to cloud adoption, some organizations still face major challenges preventing their move to the cloud. From maintaining security and compliance to managing data on BYO devices, organizations have a unique set of data security requirements.
In this webinar, Brian Lozada, CISO of Zocdoc, and Karthik Venna, Product Manager at Bitglass, will discuss how to balance the benefits of moving to the cloud with implementing a security solution that protects data end-to-end.
- Find out the benefits of moving to cloud apps
- Understand how to maintain control of your data
- Learn how to use your partner ecosystem to keep your data secure
Jacob Serpa, Product Marketing Manager, Bitglass; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is designed to ensure the privacy and security of European citizens’ personal data. The regulation takes a comprehensive approach to guaranteeing that organizations protect personal data completely and consistently as it is collected, stored, and used. As GDPR comes into effect May 2018, organizations are scrambling to reach compliance with its many requirements - particularly as they relate to the cloud. Fortunately, there are technology solutions that can address a breadth of GDPR-related concerns. Join Bitglass and (ISC)2 on August 31, 2017 at 1:00PM Eastern for the first in a three part Security Briefings series where we will discuss how the components of a cloud access security broker (CASB) can help organizations meet the regulation’s various requirements.
With the increasing demand for BYOD in the workplace, many organizations are adopting Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions. However MDM is seen by many as cumbersome and invasive and has struggled to see meaningful adoption among employees. Fortunately, Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs), like Bitglass, offer an easy-to-use alternative for securing corporate data stored in public cloud applications on both managed and unmanaged devices.
Join this interactive webinar session to learn:
- The challenges companies face while deploying MDM
- Alternative solutions used to secure employee-owned devices without agents
Chris Sherman, Sr Analyst at Forrester & Mike Schuricht, Sr Director of Product Management at Bitglass
The rise of Millennials in the workforce, increasing employee
demand for technology flexibility, and a focus on the employee experience continue to disrupt traditional work procedures. Companies launch limited bring-your-own-device (BYOD) deployments, but these programs often stall when an employee is required to install EMM/MAM/MDM software.
In this webinar, we will discuss the best practices related to securing employee devices while maintaining user productivity.
Adoption of G Suite has increased year over year. Despite this increased adoption, securing data still remains a challenge as employees want access to cloud apps from any device, anywhere.
In this webinar, we will discuss the the security gaps within G Suite and how to give power back to your security team through tools that provide visibility and control of your data across all of your cloud apps.
Financial services firms face a unique set of challenges. Not only do they store large amounts of sensitive personal data, but they face heavier regulations than many other enterprises. As cloud adoption continues to spread within the industry, financial services firms must be particularly focused on ensuring cybersecurity. However, this means that they can no longer rely on traditional, on-premises security solutions. In this webinar, we will discuss cloud access security brokers (CASBs) and how they can help financial services firms solve their security, compliance, and deployment concerns.
What you’ll learn:
- Understand the specifics of how a CASB can provide comprehensive security for financial institutions that use cloud apps.
- Find out how to select a security solution that can solve the compliance problems faced by financials.
- Learn about what is needed for smooth security solution deployment (and employee buy-in).
Joey Johnson, CISO, Premise Health & Mike Schuricht, Sr Director of Product Management, Bitglass
Healthcare security requirements become even more complicated with the move to the cloud. Competing internal priorities, along with numerous cloud apps to control, increase strain on already under-resourced teams. Visibility and control over data can seem almost impossible when it is being stored in locations you do not own or manage.
In this CISO-led webinar, learn about how avoid console overload by consolidating controls with a cloud access security broker platform.
Key topics include:
- Overcoming security dashboard overload when trying to manage authentication, access controls, devices, threats, compliance, malware, DLP, etc
- Healthcare security options to control data in the cloud
- CASB platform and solution overview
Mike Bruchanski, Director of Product Management - Platform, Cylance & Karthik Venna, Product Manager, Bitglass
Office 365 has garnered widespread adoption from enterprises due to its advantages such as ease of deployment, lower TCO, and high scalability. Additionally, it enables end-users to work and collaborate from anywhere and on any device. Although Office 365 enables IT to shift the burden for app and infrastructure to the cloud vendor, data security remains the responsibility of the enterprise. Given the limitations of native malware protection on Office 365, should the enterprise rely on Office 365 to protect their data from malware and ransomware?
Join Bitglass and Cylance for a discussion on malware protection solutions for Office 365. We will cover the limitations of native Office 365 malware protection as well as the benefits of AI and machine learning based approaches. We will wrap up the session by discussing how CASBs, with Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) capabilities, are uniquely positioned to protect cloud apps and end-points from malware attacks and proliferation.
Mark Bouchard, COO at CyberEdge Group & Salim Hafid, Product Marketing Manager at Bitglass
Enterprises are migrating to the cloud in droves, taking advantage of lower costs, easy deployment, and improved infrastructure security. Protecting data in the cloud, however, remains a challenge as employees push to access cloud apps from any device, anywhere. In the last year alone, 1 in 3 organizations were hacked more than 5 times. Double the rate from 2014.
In this webinar, Mark Bouchard, COO at CyberEdge Group and Salim Hafid, Product Marketing Manager at Bitglass, will discuss major trends impacting cyber security – from the rising frequency of attacks and types of threats that concern organizations the most to the growth in cloud access security brokers (CASBs) – as revealed by a survey of over 1,000 IT professionals. Mark and Salim will also discuss the risks, priorities, and capabilities that are top of mind for enterprises as they migrate to the cloud.
Enterprises are quickly moving their corporate data and custom internal apps to IaaS platforms like AWS, but many lack the visibility and control they need over business-critical workloads. Services like S3 and RDS, for example, store massive volumes of sensitive data that your organization must protect.
In this webinar, we explore how Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs) are evolving to protect IaaS with granular access controls, real-time DLP, tokenization, and more. Learn how a CASB can help you achieve compliance and protect data across your IaaS apps.
At Bitglass, innovation and growth are our foundation. As a part of that, we want to keep you in the loop on the new things that are happening with our technology and business. This webinar will cover new features and integration partnerships that we have introduced in Q1 2017.
Some of the features we will cover is legacy client app support for Office 365, a custom app template (add any existing cloud app for access control and download DLP), further IaaS support (AWS as well as custom apps created in IaaS systems), greater malware protection via partnership with Cylance, and DLP Exact Match capabilities.
For healthcare organizations struggling to secure BYOD, Mobile Device Management (MDM) was widely heralded as a solution, one that could completely control unmanaged assets. However, physicians with multiple hospital affiliations coupled with privacy concerns has resulted in stagnant adoption.
In this webinar, we explore alternatives to MDM that protect mobile data and devices without impeding on employee privacy. We'll also explore 6 critical capabilities for securing BYOD to help your firm achieve compliance.
Maxim Integrated - Matt Hollcraft, CISO & Dave Ruedger, Chief Security Architect; Bitglass - Rich Campagna, SVP Products
We are now three plus years into widespread adoption across industries of public SaaS apps like Office 365. Despite this momentum, security and compliance remain top challenges. This webinar, featuring Matt Hollcraft, CISO for Maxim Integrated, Dave Ruedger, Chief Security Architect for Maxim Integrated, and Rich Campagna, SVP of Products for Bitglass, will help you build a 2017 action plan to embrace public cloud without sacrificing security and compliance.
While offering practical, actionable advice for major apps like Office 365, Matt, Dave and Rich will address your top concerns, such as unmanaged device access, external sharing, and mitigating controls. They also will provide real world examples of how other organizations have securely navigated the public cloud.
Michael Ball, CISO at AGF Investments & Rich Campagna, VP of Products at Bitglass
Enterprises are migrating to the cloud in droves, taking advantage of lower costs, easy deployment, and improved infrastructure security. Protecting data in the cloud, however, remains a challenge as employees push to access cloud apps from any device, anywhere.
In this webinar, Michael Ball, CISO at AGF Investments and Rich Campagna, VP of Products at Bitglass, will discuss the evolution of Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs), from app discovery tools to mature solutions that now provide deep visibility and control over data across all cloud apps. Michael and Rich will also highlight real-world CASB deployments and how major organizations are leveraging these solutions to protect data end to end, from cloud to device.
Bitglass, the Next-Gen CASB company, is based in Silicon Valley with offices worldwide. The company's cloud security solutions deliver zero-day, agentless, data and threat protection for any app, any device, anywhere.