Your business is shifting over to the cloud, so why would you build your security infrastructure for the web only?
Supports a limited amount of apps for inline visibility when the average organization uses over 2,415 apps and cloud services. The default is allow/deny policy controls with limited risk ratings for web security.
Limited compute capacity for inspecting encrypted traffic, hosting advanced threat defenses, and storing logs and metadata. Appliances are also often last in line for updates after cloud services.
While basic DLP is integrated for web security, full enterprise DLP is another solution silo, console, policy, and administration effort. Data flowing in thousands of apps has limited visibility for their DLP rules and policies.
Requires two agents for cloud access and remote protection, plus a limited number of points of presence (PoPs) for global access.
Lacks full integration of one console with a unified policy for secure web gateway (SWG), cloud access security broker (CASB), data loss prevention (DLP), and zero-trust network access (ZTNA) capabilities.
Odds are your organization is using approximately 2,400 apps and cloud services, and 53% of your web gateway traffic is app and cloud service-related. Web security is changing and so should yours to address cloud adoption, apps, mobility, and digital transformation in ways Forcepoint can’t hope to grasp.
When you expand your web security into the cloud you take control of everything you once left to chance.
For web traffic, apps, and cloud services providing visibility into thousands of apps for content and contextual policy controls. Deployments support inline forward or reverse proxies with cloud performance on-demand to inspect encrypted traffic.
Providing over 32,000 app risk ratings with Netskope Cloud Confidence IndexTM (CCI) given 53% of your web gateway traffic is app and cloud service-related. URL filtering includes over 120 categories for over languages in more than 200 countries with dynamic page categorization for 70 categories, plus a site look-up tool and reclassification service.
Inspect all traffic including encrypted sessions with multi-layer prevention and detection defenses, including pre-execution script analysis, sandboxing, machine-learning analysis, targeted RBI, and input from 40+ threat intelligence feeds.
For data-in-motion in web traffic, cloud services, and apps for any user, location, or device. Advanced DLP includes exact data matching, fingerprinting, and proximity analysis with 3,000+ data identifiers for 1,500+ file types supported by 40+ policy templates ready to use.
One console with a unified policy built on a cloud microservice architecture for on-demand performance with scale for branch offices and remote users. Full cloud integration to consolidate, reduce complexity, and lower operational costs.
Esta edição do Cloud and Threat Report faz uma retrospectiva de 2022 e destaca as tendências mais significativas relacionadas à adoção da nuvem e ameaças na web e na nuvem. Os downloads de malware na nuvem, que permaneceram constantes em 2021, começaram a aumentar novamente em 2021, causados por um aumento no número total de aplicativos dos quais o malware é baixado e um aumento no número de downloads de aplicativos populares. O conteúdo malicioso da Web também continua a aumentar e está se espalhando de maneira mais uniforme por toda a Web para se misturar e atingir mais vítimas.Obtenha o Relatório
The convergence of SWG and CASB are driving new requirements to protect remote workers, the apps they use, and the data in motion and at rest. Web traffic is only one lane in the SASE journey where Netskope inspects five lanes of web and cloud traffic.
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