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.
RecordedFeb 1 201731 mins
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While SASE lays out the paradigm for converging network security functions to meet the secure access needs of organizations, there is flexibility in execution and the approach to optimize each component of the architecture.
Hear about Bitglass’ product vision on how a single platform can simplify SASE while introducing new innovations and approaches that improve overall functionality.
The Bitglass Quarterly Feature Update is a quarterly webinar highlighting the latest and greatest features Bitglass has introduced over the past 3-4 months. As a technology innovator in Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and a leader in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for CASBs, we are constantly updating our cloud-based SASE platform with new and exciting features designed to increase your cybersecurity resiliency and protect your most important data.
Secure access and identity go hand-in-hand. Workforce identity security is now a key pillar of a modern enterprise security architecture. But with IT shifting to a world of cloud services and remote working - how does workforce identity security fit in the context of new unified architectures such as Secure Access Service Edge (SASE)? How does Identity Access Management (IAM) complement key elements of SASE such as CASB, Secure Web Gateways and Zero Trust Network Access?
One year through the global COVID pandemic and it's obvious to most that remote working is here to stay. That has big implications for your IT security environment.
VPNs and legacy security tools were tolerated when only 10-15% of the worker were remote. But with >80% of employees working from home, VPNs are not the right access or security tool to sustain and scale a complete workforce. What's more, new types of data threats and cybercrime are targetting remote workers.
In this environment architecture matters. With the right implementation of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) your workforce can access data securely from anywhere, on any device, on any cloud app and across any network with full control and visibility – without always using agents and with high uptime.
SD-WAN is a key requirement for enabling global enterprise operations. The fact that these solutions route traffic stemming from branch sites creates numerous implications for secure access service edge (SASE) offerings which are designed to sit in the flow of traffic in order to apply real-time security policies. As organizations look for comprehensive and consistent security across their IT ecosystem, they must ensure that they are leveraging SASE platforms which properly account for their use of SD-WAN.
Cloud access security brokers (CASBs) have emerged as go-to solutions for organizations to secure their cloud services. CASBs provide a breadth and depth of functionality that is indispensable for securing your data across applications, devices and networks.
Gartner predicts that over 40% of companies will adopt a SASE architecture in the next several years. And yet there is no single industry standard view on what constitutes SASE, or it's practical deployment.
Direct-to-Cloud SASE security integrates legacy network security functions (such as VPNs, firewalls, secure web gateway appliances, standalone IdP and MFA) with cloud security (i.e. CASB). With a modern security architecture, IT teams can take advantage of a simpler, more effective security and policy framework to secure data whereever it resides.
A Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) is a policy enforcement point that delivers data and threat protection in the cloud, on any device, anywhere. Gartner predicts that CASB is the fastest growing area of IT security in 2021, offering significant opportunity for partners such as yourselves to fast track revenue and retire sales quota.
Join this exclusive sales partner training session to learn how to effectively position Bitglass' Next Generation Multi-Mode CASB with your customers. We'll update you the very latest product developments as well as key features and value propositions that will set you apart from the competition.
Each year Bitglass analyzes data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ “Wall of Shame,” a database containing information about breaches of protected health information (PHI). Organizations with legacy tools that are incapable of securing all cloud transactions are vulnerable to various types of data breaches. In this webinar, we will go over our findings in the 2021 Healthcare Breach Report to get a closer look into:
1) The cost of suffering a data breach
2) What causes these breaches to happen
3) How SASE can help
The recent SolarWinds attack has exposed vulnerabilities in identity and privileged access, infecting SolarWinds' Orion network management software to reach many of the targets as possible — using an attack vector that gained privileged access to 365 and Azure.
Bitglass SmartEdge Secure Web Gateway delivers the flexibility and low management overhead of a 100% cloud solution and eliminates latency for almost all traffic. SmartEdge is designed to be 100% cloud in combination with a smart endpoint agent. With SmartEdge mobile endpoints carry their own on-device SWG, locally terminating SSL and inspecting all network activity for blocking threats and data leakage.
Join this exclusive webinar session with Bitglass cloud experts to learn:
· The drawbacks of traditional appliance and cloud-proxy secure web gateways.
· How on-device SWGs deliver enhanced performance and provide more than 50% cost savings over traditional architectures.
· Key SWG functionality like data loss prevention and advanced threat protection.
· How deploying an on-device SWG as a part of a SASE platform delivers total cloud security.
· Practical use cases that apply to your particular industry.
There’s a lot of noise in the cybersecurity industry around zero-trust and remote working. With the constant evolution of cybercrime, remote workers are targeted daily with phishing scams, ransomware attacks and remote access trojans, among many, many others. It’s never been more important to understand how zero-trust network access can better secure your remote working environment. People are the new enterprise perimeter and protecting them and the data they access is mission critical.
Join this exclusive partner sales webinar with Bitglass. We’ll cover:
- An introduction to the Bitglass SASE portfolio
- The basics customer value propositions for SASE
- Key product areas that make up the SASE solution
a. SmartEdge Secure Web Gateway;
b. Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB); and
c. Zero Trust Security.
- Practical SASE use cases to position with customers
At a time when the focus has been on adversaries that develop increasingly complex and sophisticated attacks, tried and true techniques such as compromised credentials continue to be amongst the most potent weapons. According to Verizon’s annual DBIR Report, 80 percent of confirmed data breaches involved weak, default or stolen passwords; or brute force credential compromises.
The risk will vary depending on the level of access it provides and has become increasingly pronounced with the sudden and unplanned growth in remote working that exposed the limitations of legacy architectures. Modern IT allows users to work from anywhere, on any device, on any cloud app and across any network with full control and visibility into all data – no matter where it resides.
As this year comes to a close, enterprises continue to navigate remote working, increased cloud migration, bring your own device, and digital transformation. Each of these requires an integrated and robust cybersecurity posture that is capable of performing in our modern business world.Over the last few months, Bitglass has conducted research on the state of enterprise cloud security in order to identify common vulnerabilities and concrete steps that can be taken to protect corporate data. Specifically, Bitglass has partnered with a leading cybersecurity community to survey IT professionals on cloud security in their organizations.
In this webinar, we will discuss how Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) can help organizations fast track digital and cloud transformation, and answer practical questions on how organization can leverage SASE, including:
- Do I need to implement every component of the SASE framework?
- What security features should we converge with a single vendor?
- How do I calculate the ROI and economics of SASE?
Join this webinar to learn how to:
- Swiftly deploy security for your remote workforce while preparing for a future “normal”
- Secure BYO devices while enabling productivity
- Ensure proper protections on the web without compromising the user experience
- Control the use of SaaS applications
- Provide safe access to on-premises resources
ServiceNow and Confluence are commonly used software-as-a-service applications in organizations around the world. ServiceNow provides automation and efficiency for streamlining business workflows, while Confluence enables communication and collaboration. As sensitive corporate information inevitably finds its way into these cloud-based tools, proper cloud security must be enforced.
Bitglass’ Total Cloud Security Platform is the only secure access service edge offering that combines a Gartner-MQ-Leading cloud access security broker, the world’s only on-device secure web gateway, and zero trust network access to secure any interaction. Based in Silicon Valley with offices worldwide, the company is backed by Tier 1 investors and was founded in 2013 by a team of industry veterans with a proven track record of innovation and execution.