Netskope est nommé leader dans le Magic Quadrant™ du Gartner 2022 dédié au Security Service Edge Recevoir le rapport

  • Produits

    Les produits Netskope sont conçus sur Netskope Security Cloud.

  • Plateforme

    Une visibilité inégalée et une protection des données et des menaces en temps réel sur le plus grand cloud privé de sécurité au monde.

Netskope reconnu comme un des leaders dans le rapport du Magic Quadrant™ 2022 du Gartner dédié au SSE

Recevoir le rapport Présentation des produits
Netskope gartner mq 2022 leader sse

Netskope offre une solution moderne de sécurité du cloud, dotée de fonctions unifiées en matière de protection des données et de détection des menaces, et d'un accès privé sécurisé.

Découvrir notre plateforme
Vue aérienne d'une métropole

Optez pour les meilleurs services de sécurité cloud du marché, avec un temps de latence minimum et une fiabilité élevée.

Plus d'informations
Lighted highway through mountainside switchbacks

Neutralisez les menaces qui échappent souvent à d'autres solutions de sécurité à l'aide d'un framework SSE unifié.

Plus d'informations
Lighting storm over metropolitan area

Solutions Zero Trust pour les déploiements du SSE et du SASE

Plus d'informations
Boat driving through open sea

Netskope permet à toutes les entreprises d'adopter des services et des applications cloud ainsi que des infrastructures cloud publiques rapidement et en toute sécurité.

Plus d'informations
Wind turbines along cliffside
  • Suivi de nos clients

    Sécurisez votre transformation digitale et profitez pleinement de vos applications privées, cloud et Web.

  • Support client

    Un accompagnement proactif et la volonté d'optimiser votre environnement Netskope et de booster votre réussite.

  • Formation et certification

    Avec Netskope, devenez un expert de la sécurité du cloud.

Choisissez Netskope pour vous aider à faire face aux menaces toujours grandissantes, mais aussi aux risques émergents, aux évolutions technologiques, aux changements organisationnels et réseau, ainsi qu'aux nouvelles exigences réglementaires.

Plus d'informations
Woman smiling with glasses looking out window

Notre équipe mondiale d'ingénieurs qualifiés met à profit son expérience plurielle dans les domaines de la sécurité du cloud, la mise en réseau, la virtualisation, la diffusion de contenu et le développement logiciel pour fournir une réponse rapide et efficace à vos questions techniques.

Plus d'informations
Bearded man wearing headset working on computer

Sécurisez votre parcours de transformation numérique et tirez le meilleur parti de vos applications cloud, Web et privées grâce à la formation Netskope.

Plus d'informations
Group of young professionals working
  • Ressources

    Découvrez comment Netskope peut vous aider à sécuriser votre migration vers le Cloud.

  • Blog

    Découvrez comment Netskope permet de transformer la sécurité et les réseaux à l'aide du Security Service Edge (SSE).

  • Événements et ateliers

    Restez à l'affût des dernières tendances en matière de sécurité et créez des liens avec vos pairs.

  • Security Defined

    Tout ce que vous devez savoir dans notre encyclopédie de la cybersécurité.

Podcast Security Visionaries

Épisode bonus : L'importance du Security Service Edge (SSE) – en anglais

Écouter le podcast
Black man sitting in conference meeting

Découvrez comment Netskope permet de passer au Zero Trust et au modèle SASE grâce aux fonctions du Security Service Edge (SSE).

Lire le blog
Sunrise and cloudy sky

SASE Week

Netskope is positioned to help you begin your journey and discover where Security, Networking, and Zero Trust fit in the SASE world.

Plus d'informations
SASE Week

Qu'est-ce que le Security Service Edge ?

Découvrez le côté sécurité de SASE, l'avenir du réseau et de la protection dans le cloud.

Plus d'informations
Four-way roundabout
  • Entreprise

    Nous vous aidons à conserver une longueur d'avance sur les défis posés par le cloud, les données et les réseaux en matière de sécurité.

  • Pourquoi Netskope

    La transformation du cloud et le travail à distance ont révolutionné le fonctionnement de la sécurité.

  • Équipe de direction

    Nos dirigeants sont déterminés à faciliter la réussite de nos clients.

  • Partenaires

    Nous collaborons avec des leaders de la sécurité pour vous aider à sécuriser votre transition vers le cloud.

Netskope permet l'avenir du travail.

En savoir plus
Curvy road through wooded area

Netskope redéfinit la sécurité du cloud, des données et des réseaux afin d'aider les entreprises à appliquer les principes Zero Trust pour protéger leurs données.

Plus d'informations
Switchback road atop a cliffside

Penseurs, concepteurs, rêveurs, innovateurs. Ensemble, nous fournissons le nec plus ultra des solutions de sécurité cloud afin d'aider nos clients à protéger leurs données et leurs collaborateurs.

Rencontrez notre équipe
Group of hikers scaling a snowy mountain

La stratégie de commercialisation de Netskope privilégie ses partenaires, ce qui leur permet de maximiser leur croissance et leur rentabilité, tout en transformant la sécurité des entreprises.

Plus d'informations
Group of diverse young professionals smiling
Blog Plateforme, produits et services Reporting: the final piece of the GDPR puzzle
May 16 2018

Reporting: the final piece of the GDPR puzzle

Reporting might be the final of the four stages of GDPR compliance, and it’s possibly not a topic which is going to set anyone’s world alight, but neither of those things make it any less important. If anything, the opposite may be true. After all, what’s the point of taking multiple complex steps to become compliant if, at the end of everything, you can’t prove that you are following the rules?

With today’s changing IT security landscape where users are mostly remote and the applications that they access are hosted by app providers and not host data centres, it is vital to get visibility of users and service activities for users in the office or working remotely as well as on-premise servers accessing updates services on the internet.

It’s one thing to stop or prevent a negative consequence. It’s another to be able to show what happened (or didn’t happen) and how you stopped it. We know that in the event of a breach, regulators are likely to take into account the extent of monitoring and reporting that an organisation carries out. This information may well be used to help determine the extent of any penalty imposed. Having very granular reporting is only possible when the platforms being used to protect users have the ability to precisely decode the communications and understand activities and data.

To recap the journey so far, after the first discovery stage in which organisations audit the cloud services in use and the data they hold, the IT team then rationalises on certain authorised and compliant services. After this the team enforces granular policy to determine rules around access to data and services, restricting access to certain personnel, devices, locations, etc., all in order to lock down sensitive data.

The final reporting stage is designed to maintain that position, meaning that the IT team must be able to monitor overall cloud service use and data access within the organisation to ensure that no new or unknown cloud services are being provisioned by employees in an unauthorised manner.

As this example demonstrates, reporting isn’t just for after the event – it’s also a strategic asset in real-time situations. A reporting platform should provide organisations with answers to ad hoc queries, plus dynamic reports for auditing and risk management. They should provide detailed structure data, that can be presented in easy-to-consume representations such a Sankey flows, data table, drill down menus, and third-party platform sharing.

Equally, reporting functions can provide incident management information and tools across the lifecycle of suspected and real violations. What data has been accessed? By whom? Where was the data downloaded? With whom was it shared? By combining detailed Advanced Analytics with application visibility organisations will be able to understand precise behaviour and uncover exposure.

All of this is vital information in the event of suspicious or unauthorised activity being identified. It ensures that the appropriate permissions can be either provided or blocked, and data protected at source. In this way, reporting tools can help to identify risk and ultimately prevent breaches, as well as assisting with any eventual clean-up.

Organisations also need to put in place continuous monitoring capabilities with an associated risk dashboard. This dashboard means that all new cloud services are investigated, reported and vetted pre-use, ensuring that they don’t affect the organisation’s GDPR compliance stance.

Continuous monitoring is a vital part of ensuring consistent compliance over time. This includes tracking elements like context and user behaviour, and using this information to spot anomalies. If a user logs in from London, then two minutes later appears to log in from New York City, are both of these requests likely to be legitimate?

Viewed in isolation they may seem ok since both access attempts used the correct log in details. But context is key. As a result, along with checking for the existence of new apps and changes in user behaviour, continuous governance and monitoring is a vital part of GDPR compliance. How can an IT team hope to detect anomalies if they don’t know what normal looks like? Baselining is a key capability in understanding what normal looks like so the unexpected behaviour can be identified.

There is also a forensics aspect to reporting. For example, if an organisation is using a data loss prevention (DLP) solution to trigger an event, then the dashboard will enable the IT team to monitor user behaviour in real-time,  trace where the user came from, which app/app instance was used and prove the activities and data subjects.

Being able to demonstrate accurate, real-time reporting processes and functions shows that an organisation is taking a proactive approach to due diligence reporting. This is exactly the type of information a regulator would be looking for in the event of a breach, information which could reduce the size of any fine or penalty.

Often we speak of the “journey” towards GDPR compliance. Like any epic voyage, the journey towards compliance with any regulation – and especially one as complex and wide-ranging as the GDPR – features many stages, and is made up of challenges to be overcome and hoops to be jumped through. But unlike most journeys, in some ways, this one never really ends.

Reporting must be consistent and proven: just because you were compliant today, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll be compliant tomorrow. If that sounds daunting, the good news is that once your reporting structure and processes are in place, most of the hard work is done. With all four stages of audit, rationalise, enforce, and reporting complete, and a Next Generation Secure Web Gateway forming the foundation of a secure edge solution, the organisation is much closer to compliance than it was at the journey’s outset.

So although reporting is the final piece of the GDPR compliance puzzle, this doesn’t mean that the journey is over. Seasoned travelers say that it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey. And on that note, with the hard work done and everything in place to ensure your organisation is ready for the GDPR, maybe it’s time for a holiday…?

Related Articles