The 20  
Most Common 
CASB Use Cases
13.6 percent of enterprise users have had their account credentials compromised

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  • 4.1 percent of enterprises have sanctioned cloud apps that are laced with malware such as worms and trojans.
  • Because cloud apps make it easy for users to sync and share, malware can travel more rapidly than traditional malware, creating an attack
  • Sanctioned cloud apps typically represent less than five per cent of an enterprise’s cloud app footprint, suggesting that cloud-based malware is more widespread.

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Some of the use cases include:

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CASBs provide critical capabilities such as governing access and activities in sanctioned and unsanctioned cloud services, securing sensitive data and preventing its loss, and protecting against internal and external threats.  For organizations that are considering deploying CASB, it’s useful to consider the specific use cases they’re likely to address within these broad topic areas as they inform functional and architectural requirements.

The 20  
Most Common 
CASB Use Cases

Governing access to Office 365 and other cloud services by device ownership class

Enforcing an activity- or data-level policy across a category of cloud services

Blocking and quarantining zero-day malware in the cloud