The Netskope Active Platform take cloud app analytics to new level and shows you details about how all cloud apps are being used, not just the ones you sanction. Find out specifics like “Who is sharing content outside of the company from any cloud storage app?” and enforce granular policies like “Don’t let anybody upload PCI to any finance cloud app except for our sanctioned one.”
Netskope Active Platform
Understand and secure any cloud app.
Drill into the details
Use the Netskope Active Platform to drill into and pivot around activity- and data-level details in your cloud apps, including users, apps, app categories, devices, activities, and content. See activities in context, like “Bob is uploading PHI to a business intelligence app from an iPad” or “Five unauthorized users outside of the country are dowloading PII from several HR apps.”
Audit cloud activity
The Netskope Active Platform provides rich analytics across any app. Create an audit trail in a few clicks to see that “Mary, a departing employee, downloaded proprietary contracts from our sanctioned cloud storage app, uploaded them to her personal one, and shared them with our competitor.” Alert on this kind of activity for any user, or as standard practice post employee departure.
Detect cloud anomalies
Use the Netskope Active Platform to detect anomalies that can indicate compromised credentials, out-of-compliance behaviors, and even malware. See anomalies based on apps, users, devices, and user activities like downloading or sharing. Prioritize anomalies by risk level, and filter down to what matters. See root cause of a detected anomaly and drill into the forensic details.
Protect against cloud malware and threats
Protect yourself against a host of cloud threats including malware and insider threats with cloud malware and threat capabilities that combines threat intelligence, static and dynamic malware analysis, prioritized analysis, and remediation of threats that may originate from—or be further propagated by—cloud apps.
Enforce Granular Policies
Rather than block apps, use the Netskope Active Platform to shape usage at the activity- or data-level. For example, block PHI uploads to CRM apps or alert on shares outside of the company from storage apps. Rather than set blanket policies, enforce them in context based on users, groups, devices, apps, categories, activities, and content. Choose from block, alert, bypass, encrypt, quarantine, and coach as your policy enforcement.
Control Access to Cloud Apps
The Netskope Active Platform provides tight integration with a variety of single sign-on (SSO) vendors to enable you to manage your cloud apps in a closed-loop manner, bringing all of your cloud apps into your identity management fold, while ensuring consistent cloud app security and compliance. Netskope also provides powerful built in access control policies that enable you to restrict access to cloud apps based on a variety of criteria such as whether or not users are using a corporate device, what department or organizational group users belong to, or what the user’s geographic or network location is.
Prevent data loss
Incorporate industry-leading DLP into your contextual policies. The Netskope Active Platform supports more than 3,000 data identifiers and 500 file types, custom regular expressions, proximity analysis, international support using double-byte characters, fingerprinting, and exact match to protect and prevent loss of PII, PCI, PHI, source code, and other sensitive content. By detecting sensitive content in context, you increase detection accuracy and reduce false positives.
Encrypt sensitive content
Secure sensitive content with the Netskope Active Platform. Enforce policies such as “Encrypt files containing PII being uploaded to HR apps.” Take advantage of 256-bit encryption and choose between cloud-based, fault-tolerant FIPS 140-2 Level 3 key management with an optional HSM or integration with your on-premises, KMIP-compliant key management.
Use the Netskope Active Platform to make users part of the solution. Alert them to policy violations so you can educate them, build trust, create transparency, and even give them a say in the matter. Redirect them to sanctioned apps, let them report false positives, and allow them to enter a business justification for a violating activity. You decide which users are allowed to proceed with a justification, and which need approval.