Providing critical infrastructure and services for millions of people, Oil & Gas companies and their employees use cloud services to flexibly, and easily address customer needs. Many of your employees are out in the field and at job sites, accessing corporate data and resources through the cloud to do their jobs. And while the cloud has made it easy to collaborate with others and access relevant services, it also introduces many risks in the areas of sensitive data leakage and cloud threats. Added to that is required compliance from various compliance and regulatory entities like the Federal Energy Reliability Corporation (FERC).
Given the compliance requirements and cloud risks, you need the ability to find and assess all cloud usage at your organization while putting in place contextual access and security policies to govern usage and secure sensitive data.
As cloud service usage grows, you need to understand and manage the risks associated with these cloud services. Granular visibility into your cloud usage will help you strike the right balance between these risks and the business benefits you are trying to achieve.
You need to understand activity-level usage of your cloud services in the context of FERC compliance as well as any other compliance regimens that you are subject to. To ensure compliant usage, you need to govern access, activities and data in your cloud services.
It’s easy to share data with cloud services, but improper use can impact the security of payment card data as well as other sensitive information. It’s important for you to identify and protect the sensitive data stored in your cloud services and also control data being uploaded, downloaded, and shared.
Use Netskope to carve out risky activities in sanctioned or unsanctioned services with granular policies that take into account user, service, device, location, activity, and content. Control activities by risk level by defining policies based on the Cloud Confidence Level in the Netskope CCI. Enforce policies at the service, service instance, or service category level.
Find all cloud services in use across your organization, both sanctioned services and shadow IT. Understand the enterprise-readiness of these services with our objective Cloud Confidence Index and obtain detailed usage information about users, activities and data. Use this information to assess your risk and inform your cloud security policies, such as preventing users from uploading content to poorly rated personal cloud storage services.
Detect sensitive content at rest in sanctioned cloud services or en route to or from any cloud service with advanced, enterprise cloud DLP. Define granular policies – based on identity, service, activity and data – to automatically protect your data by blocking activities, restricting access, encrypting data, and more.
The cloud makes it easy to share, but this same capability makes cloud services an attractive target for malicious actors. Protect your organization from cloud threats such as malware and ransomware and also detect unusual data movement or user activity that could indicate the presence of an active threat in your environment.
Learn how Netskope’s single policy engine can protect you data across SaaS, IaaS, and web, whether accessed from users on premises, mobile, or remote and from a browser, mobile app, or sync client.Learn more