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Press Release
February 19, 2014

Netskope’s CEO Wants You to “Let Your Users Go Rogue” — Hear How at RSA Conference USA 2014

Sanjay Beri, Alan Boehme, Mike Kail and Arthur Lessard to discuss benefits of embracing shadow IT while addressing cloud app security risks

LOS ALTOS – Feb. 19, 2014 – Netskope™, the leader in real-time cloud app analytics and policy enforcement, today announced that its CEO and Founder Sanjay Beri will moderate a panel discussion about shadow IT and enterprise cloud app security and enablement at RSA Conference USA 2014. The panel will occur twice during the conference, and will feature executives from The Coca-Cola Company, Netflix and Universal Music Group discussing their contrarian views on the benefits of allowing employees to use their favorite cloud apps without compromising the organization’s security. 

RSA Session Details:

SESSION:        Let Your Users Go Rogue

DATES:             Wednesday, February 26 at 10:40 a.m. PT
Thursday, February 27 at 10:40 a.m. PT

LOCATION:   Moscone Center, San Francisco

– Sanjay Beri, CEO, Netskope (moderator)
– Alan Boehme, chief of enterprise architecture, business innovation and emerging technologies, The Coca-Cola Company
– Arthur Lessard, senior vice president and chief information security officer, Universal Music Group
– Mike Kail, vice president of IT operations, Netflix

Shadow IT is scary! But maybe letting people “go rogue” is a good thing. Join industry thought leaders for a contrarian viewpoint and lively discussion on how to let people use their favorite cloud apps while protecting corporate networks and sensitive data from threats. Learn how they’re using big data to gain security visibility and come away with practical advice for enforcing cloud policies.

This will be Netskope’s first appearance at RSA, as the company launched from stealth in October 2013 with $21 million in funding from The Social+Capital Partnership and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Most recently, the company announced Netskope Active, the industry’s only platform that provides context-aware cloud data loss prevention (DLP), encryption, and anomaly detection in real time for any cloud app, whether the app is managed by IT or not. The quarterly Netskope Cloud Report was also just released, which revealed that most organizations underestimate the number of cloud apps running in their environment by 90 percent, and 77 percent of cloud apps are not enterprise ready (see infographic).

Netskope also recently launched the Cloud Risk Estimator, an online tool that estimates an organization’s cloud app risk level based on an individual’s answers to a quick ten-question survey. IT directors, CISOs and CIOs can get their estimate at

About Netskope
Netskope™ is the leader in cloud app analytics and policy enforcement. Only Netskope eliminates the catch-22 between being agile and being secure and compliant by providing complete visibility, enforcing sophisticated policies, and protecting data in cloud apps. The Netskope Active Platform performs deep analytics and lets decision-makers create policies in a few clicks that prevent the loss of sensitive data and optimize cloud app usage in real-time and at scale, whether IT manages the app or not. With Netskope, people get their favorite cloud apps and the business can move fast, with confidence.

Netskope is headquartered in Los Altos, California. Visit us at and follow us on Twitter @Netskope.