A report by Bitglass on home-working shows that organisations are struggling to adjust to the new normal in the Covid-19 era, with 41% having taken no steps to expand secure access for the remote workforce.
Bitglass has partnered with CrowdStrike to provide an agentless advanced threat protection (ATP) solution that identifies and remediates both known and zero-day threats on any cloud application or service.
Bitglass, next-gen cloud security company, has warned businesses whose staff are working from home, are at risk from security issues. Thousands, if not millions, of people are working from home.
Although Fortune 500 companies – and other major organisations worldwide – are focusing on corporate responsibility initiatives, customer protection seems to be another story.
Organisations are investing heavily in broadening their network connectivity capabilities to ensure their data is accessible to the right people at the right times. For those pursuing a cloud-based, highly connected and agile business model, ensuring proper access to data and systems in this way is absolutely essential for organisational success.
Next-gen security vendor Bitglass has cautioned against trusting so-called trusted mobile devices, suggesting that a false sense of security surrounds these, and advising that organisations need to rethink their ‘trusted’ device security model.
Next-gen cloud security company Bitglass has released its sixth annual Healthcare Breach Report, showing that over 27 million people were affected by healthcare data breaches last year. Total records exposed more than doubled from 2018 to 2019.
Bitglass has announced its revolutionary SmartEdge architecture, said to deliver a complete secure access service edge (SASE) solution that simultaneously circumvents the management overhead and performance bottlenecks of competing solutions.
Bitglass has released a 2019 Cloud Adoption report which examines the rate of cloud adoption in more than 138,000 companies worldwide.
With cloud popularity advancing rapidly, an increasing number of organisations are taking advantage of anytime, anywhere data access in order to achieve improved productivity and flexibility.
High profile data breaches in recent times could have been prevented if corporate defences had been facing the right direction, according to cloud access security broker (CASB) Bitglass.
Cloud access security broker (CASB) Bitglass has cautioned organisations that give reduced priority to insider threats.
Investigation by Bitglass, the Next-Gen CASB company, into huge data breaches in the past three years suggests that organisations have not been learning from their peers’ mistakes.
Bitglass, the Next-Gen CASB company, has cautioned that insider attacks are escalating and that a significant number of organisations are failing to monitor user behaviour across their cloud footprints.
Bitglass, the Next-Gen CASB company, has released its fifth annual Healthcare Breach Report. It shows that the number of healthcare records breached in 2018 more than doubled since 2017.
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