Netskope Goes International

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Starting with this week’s formal launch of Netskope in EMEA, we are proud and excited to announce our international expansion. Beyond this launch being a significant company milestone, it is validation of the Cloud Security Access Broker segment in general and of Netskope’s strategic direction specifically. It is also a signal of our commitment to enabling safe cloud usage for regions around the world.

The Cloud-Data Breach Multiplier Effect

We couldn’t be more pleased to announce a major Netskope milestone: our formal launch in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region.

Beyond appointment and product announcements, we are supporting this launch with an unprecedented and critical body of research entitled Data Breach: The Cloud Multiplier Effect. Collaborating with the Ponemon Institute, a long-time expert in data security, privacy, and data breach research, our goal was to bring to light the differences that cloud computing brings to the table for enterprises, and how those differences can impact data security given the ever growing landscape of data breaches.

Safe Cloud Enablement in EMEA

We are excited to announce our launch in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. Beyond being a great company milestone, it is validation of the Cloud Security Access Broker segment in general and Netskope’s strategic direction specifically. It is also a signal of our commitment to EMEA requirements for safe cloud enablement.

Supporting this announcement are several new and existing product features in the Netskope Active Platform that target specific concerns in EMEA countries and specifically focus on balancing cloud security with user privacy.

Dyre need to secure what matters

With the iCloud hack in the backdrop raising issues around authentication, another problem has come to the fore - this one affecting Salesforce and going by the name Dyre (alternatively Dyreza). More details are available here - http://goo.gl/s8BSdY. The first signals of Dyre being circulated on the Internet were seen by researchers back in June, 2014. The vector for spreading this malware…

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