Your employees are all using the cloud and increasingly bringing cloud services into the organization. This makes them productive, but can also introduce risk into the organization due to insecure services or compliance violations with sensitive data moving into the cloud.
Netskope Discovery allows you to identify all cloud services being used in your organization.
With the Netskope Cloud Confidence Index™ (CCI), you can assess the enterprise-readiness of each service. And with our all-mode architecture, you get cloud visibility through a 360-degree view of all cloud traffic for comprehensive coverage. Understand the context of how each cloud service is being used, including information on the user, activity, device, location, and more. Finally, query directly from the dashboard for dynamic reports of the granular cloud usage information Netskope uncovers.
Gain full visibility of your cloud services with an all-mode architecture capable of covering all cloud traffic whether your users are on premises or remote, using a web browser, mobile app, or sync client.
Assess enterprise-readiness of cloud services based on the Netskope Cloud Confidence Index, which contains objective criteria adapted from the Cloud Security Alliance. See and compare service attributes in the areas of security, legal, audit and third-party certifications, vulnerabilities and exploits, financial viability, and privacy features. These attributes, combined with your usage data, help you measure both your overall risk as well as by cloud service or user. Customize your risk scores by adjusting ratings based on your specific requirements and compensating controls, and incorporate scores into your policy enforcement.
Get at-a-glance risk metrics and drill down to the details in the Netskope Risk Dashboard. See risk by cloud service, user, and overall. Understand which users’ account credentials have been compromised in external data breaches and be alerted to threats such as malware and ransomware, as well as anomalies like data exfiltration, bulk downloads, and shared credentials.
Netskope offers a dynamic query engine that uses natural language input and Boolean operators to mine rich cloud usage data. Perform ad hoc queries for on-demand analytics and reports, save queries as custom search results, and generate detailed custom reports for ongoing compliance reporting.
Drill down into each section of the risk dashboard for more information.
Monitor activity in sanctioned and unsanctioned cloud services and understand contextual details such as user, app, device, location, activity, and context.
Assess enterprise-readiness of cloud services based on objective criteria adapted from the Cloud Security Alliance. See and compare service attributes in the areas of security, legal, audit and third-party certifications, vulnerabilities and exploits, financial viability, and privacy features.
Use Netskope to help you identify and consolidate redundant cloud services in categories such as cloud storage, CRM, and collaboration based on security attributes, cost, and usage. From a cloud management point of view, this will help you reduce information silos, mitigate risk, and save cost by reducing redundant instances of the same cloud service.
Use the Netskope CCI and Risk Dashboard to inform cloud security policies, programs, and strategies. If you arm yourself with service risk information, threat intelligence, and usage metrics, you can implement policies such as “Disallow upload of personally identifiable information (PII) to any cloud storage service rated ‘medium’ or below.”
Netskope gives you comprehensive, step-by-step forensic audit trails of all cloud transactions. Use ad hoc queries to drill down to the information you want to see following a suspected event such as data exfiltration by a departing employee, or for compliance reporting.
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