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Service Level Terms

The support, service levels and general terms below set forth the terms and conditions under which Netskope, Inc. (“Netskope”) provides the support services (“Support”) and service levels (“SLA”) to the end user customer (“Customer”) purchasing Netskope cloud subscription services (“Services”). By accessing or using the Services, Customer agrees to be bound by and accept these terms and conditions. The Services are subject to the terms of the Netskope Subscription Services Agreement available at https://www.netskope.com/subscription-terms/.

 

 

SUPPORT

 

I. General. Basic Support is included with purchase of the Services. Premium Support (including Premium Plus and any other “Premium” designated Support service) is provided only if purchased separately. Support is provided in the English language. Netskope may, at its discretion, update and modify these terms and Support descriptions by posting new terms, to be effective with respect to purchases and renewals of Services after new terms are posted.

 

II. Definitions.

A. “Documentation” means Netskope’s published specifications and documentation for the Services in effect as of the date the Services are purchased by Customer, as such specifications and documentation may be updated or revised by Netskope in connection with subsequent Upgrades and Updates.

B. “Error” means an identified error or fault in the Software or in the systems used by Netskope to provide the Service that causes a failure of the Service to perform in accordance with the Documentation.

C. “Hardware” means the Netskope hardware products that are provided by Netskope for use with a Service.

D. “Hotfix” means a planned software change that is done to address a specific bug or to patch vulnerabilities. Hotfixes do not have a specific frequency and are done on an as-needed basis.

E. “Planned Maintenance” means planned and scheduled implementation of Upgrades, network, or infrastructure changes for Services maintenance.

F. “Software” means (i) the client software that Netskope may provide for use on computers or personal devices in connection with the Services; or (ii) with respect to Hardware, the software embedded or provided for use on the Hardware.

G. “Updates” means updates and new versions of Software, if and when available, that Netskope generally releases from time to time to customers without additional fees. Updates may include new features required to support functionality in the Services or Hotfixes.

H. “Upgrades” means upgrades of the Services, if and when available, that Netskope generally releases from time to time to customers without additional fees. Upgrades may include new features, functionality or Hotfixes applicable to the Services.

I. “Workaround” means a suggested change to Customer in the use of or access to the Services or Software intended to address an issue with the Service or Software in order to temporarily resolve P1/Urgent or P2/High Errors and enable the Services or Software to function in accordance with Documentation until an Upgrade or Update is provided.

 

III. Upgrades and Planned Maintenance.

A. As part of Support, Netskope will make available to Customer all Upgrades and Updates applicable to the Services purchased by Customer as and when such Upgrades and Updates are made generally available by Netskope.

B. Planned Maintenance and Upgrades may result in temporary unavailability of the Service administrative interface or a data center. Netskope maintains a Planned Maintenance calendar available through the customer portal, and generally provides customers no less than 2 days notice prior to Planned Maintenance. Notice of the Planned Maintenance will include the scheduled maintenance window and expected impact on Services, if any. Netskope will notify Customer when the Planned Maintenance has been completed.

C. If downtime is expected, Planned Maintenance is generally scheduled between the hours of 8 PM and 6 AM local time for the affected data center.

 

IV. Support Services. Support will be provided to Customer as follows:

A. Basic Support. Basic Support is provided by email and the Netskope support portal from 8 AM – 5 PM local Customer time, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays).

B. Premium Support. If purchased, Premium Support is provided by telephone, email, and the Netskope support portal twenty-four (24) hours per day, seven (7) days per week (including holidays).

C. Support Requests. Customer contacts accessing Support must be registered with Netskope for Netskope to verify authorized representatives for communications and notices. Customer is responsible for creating and deleting Customer contact registration accounts; the number of Customer’s registered contacts who may access Support is not limited. Netskope will assign appropriate personnel and work to resolve reproducible Errors reported by Customer affecting the Services in accordance with the service levels below.

D. Severity. Customer shall reasonably designate the initial severity level of each incident reported to Netskope pursuant to the criteria below. Severity level will be updated by the parties as information is gathered, the issue is investigated, and Workarounds are made available.

  • P1 (Urgent) – Refers to issues with critical impact experienced by a substantial percentage of Customer’s User population. Examples include Netskope web UI outage or performance degradation to the point where system is unusable without a Workaround.
  • P2 (High) – Refers to issues affecting important functions experienced by a smaller percentage of Customer’s User population but still presenting substantial problems. Examples include inability to use a cloud application or not able to perform a critical function like creating policies on the Netskope web UI. This includes P1 issues for which a temporary Hotfix or Workaround has been provided.
  • P3 (Normal) – Refers to issues where non-mission critical functionality is missing or not working in accordance with the Documentation.
  • P4 (Low) – Refers to a Customer-specific feature request, a change in Customer behavior, or other general questions with respect to Services.

E. Response and Follow-Up Times. Target response and follow-up times are set forth below for the applicable Support levels. Receipt of a Support request and necessary information is required for Netskope to commence Error correction efforts to address performance deficiencies in the Services, including providing a Workaround and/or correcting reproducible Errors in the Services or Software.

 

Support Services

Basic Support

Premium Support
and Premium Plus Support

Hours of Operation

Business hours

24/7/365

Email/Web support

Yes

Yes

Phone Support

No

Yes

Off hours on-call support

No

Yes

Notifications (Change, Maintenance, Upgrades, Updates, etc.)

Yes

Yes

Knowledge Hub access

Yes

Yes

Initial Response Times

Basic Support

Premium Support
and Premium Plus Support

P1 (Urgent)

< 2 hours during business hours

< 30 minutes

P2 (High)

1 business day

< 2 hours

P3 (Normal)

2 business days

< 8 hours

P4 (Low)

5 business days

< 24 hours

Target Follow-Up Times

Basic Support

Premium Support
and Premium Plus Support

P1 (Urgent)

Daily

Every 2 hours, or mutually-agreed interval

P2 (High)

Every 2 days

Daily

P3 (Normal)

Every 8 days

Weekly

P4 (Low)

Upon resolution

Monthly

 

F. Information Required for Support Requests. For Netskope to respond to Support requests and correct Errors or diagnose issues with Hardware or Software, Customer shall notify Netskope and provide Netskope with reasonable cooperation and available information sufficient to enable Netskope to locate and reproduce the Error or diagnose the Hardware or Software issue. When contacting Netskope to initiate a Support request, the Customer contact will provide the following information as available, and will update Netskope as additional information becomes available. Customer’s failure or delay in providing requested information may prevent Netskope from timely diagnosing and resolving the issue.

  • Problem Statement: Identify clearly and specifically the Error experienced.
  • Steps to Reproduce: How Netskope can reproduce the Error.
  • Impact Statement: How the problem is impacting Customer’s business. For example, user is not able to access a specific application or not able to login to Netskope UI.
  • Additional Contact Information: Any additional phone numbers or email addresses that may be required for a follow-up or further contact.
  • Troubleshooting: Any troubleshooting steps already performed by Customer.
  • Hardware Diagnostics: Any log files, trace and systems files for the affected units.
  • Screenshots and error messages: Any available screenshots, and specific error messages.
  • Network information: Source IP address, public IP address, trace route and ping information.
  • Software Diagnostics: Log files (client side).
  • Screen sharing (e.g., Zoom) with Netskope of a Customer computer display (optional).

 

V. Hardware Support.

A. Software Releases. For current Subscriptions that include Hardware, Support also includes access to Updates. For selected Services (including Netskope IoT Security Services), installation and configuration of Updates is implemented remotely by Netskope in accordance with Netskope Software release processes; Customer is responsible for ensuring that system configurations allow Netskope to remotely access Hardware and install current Updates. Support for such Services does not include prior release versions no longer supported by Netskope; access to and use of such Services may require installation of the current Update. For other Services (including Netskope Borderless WAN Services), Netskope will make Updates available on the Services portal. Installation and configuration of such Updates is not included as part of Support and is the responsibility of the Customer. Netskope will provide Support for Software release versions in accordance with its published software life cycle policy; Support does not include prior release levels no longer supported in accordance with the policy and may require installation of the current Update. Support does not entitle Customer to software that is designed to provide access to subscription services or functionality that are not included in Customer’s current Subscription. Correction of Errors or Hardware issues may require implementation of a currently supported Update.

B. Hardware Replacement. Hardware replacement services applicable to Customer’s Subscription are described at https://www.netskope.com/hardware-terms. Support does not apply to third party hardware not provided by Netskope. Netskope may, at its option, replace Hardware with current models or refurbished units. However, Support and Hardware replacement do not entitle Customer to Hardware upgrades or replacement of Hardware no longer supported with current models; replacement with current models is subject to purchase by Customer.

C. Exclusions; Unauthorized Equipment. Netskope shall not be responsible or liable for correcting any Errors that are not reproducible by Netskope or problems due to: (i) Customer’s failure to implement Updates made available under Support; (ii) the use or operation of the Hardware other than as set forth in the Hardware Documentation; (iii) any customizations, alterations, modifications of or additions to the Software other than Updates; or (iv) accident, negligence, improper installation, environmental factors, or misuse of the Hardware. Software licenses are not transferable to, and Netskope does not extend Support or provide Updates for, any Hardware units purchased from any third party that is not an authorized Netskope reseller.

 

VI. Additional Support Provisions. Netskope will also provide the following as part of Support:

A. Notice of P1 and P2 Issues by Netskope. Netskope will use reasonable efforts to promptly notify Customer if Netskope becomes aware of a P1 or P2 issue affecting Customer.

B. Correction Plan. In each instance of a confirmed P1 or P2 Error reported by Customer, Netskope will, after the initial response to such report, provide to Customer, within a time frame mutually agreed upon by the parties, an action plan for resolution of the Error. Customer shall have access to the current status of any issue ticket in the Netskope Support Portal.

C. Support Targets. In the event that Netskope fails to achieve any Service level target set forth above for a P1 or P2 Error, Netskope shall, as soon as practicable after the resolution of the Support request, (i) perform a root-cause analysis to identify the cause of such failure; (ii) provide Customer with a report detailing the cause of, and procedure for correcting, such failure; and (iii) provide Customer with the measures that Netskope is taking to prevent similar failures.

D. Support Resources. Customer will, without additional charge, have 24×7 access to any Internet based technology support and download facilities, bulletin boards, and websites relating to the Services that is generally provided by Netskope to its customers.

 

VII. Contacts and Escalation.

A. Contacting Netskope Support

By web: (Preferred)By email:By telephone:
Netskope support portal:
https://support.netskope.com
[email protected]US: 1-800-685-2098
UK: 44-8455280141
Australia: 1-800-505-486
Europe: 44-8455280141
Singapore: 80-0130-2191
India: 00080-0100-4400

B. Escalation Procedure. Support includes the ability to escalate Support requests that are not addressed within the target times above to the Support Technical Leads and Management team by email to [email protected], stating the reason and business impact for the escalation.

 

 

SERVICE LEVELS

 

I. Availability Measurement and Credits.

A. Definitions.

  • Availability.
    • For Inline Services, “Available” means the availability of the Netskope data centers providing the Inline Services to accept data packets and transmit to/from Internet destinations, and does not include availability of the web user interface (UI) and REST APIs.
    • “Inline Services” means Netskope Private Access (NPA), Netskope Secure Web Gateway (SWG), Netskope Next Gen Secure Web Gateway (NG SWG), Netskope Cloud Inline (CASB-Inline) and Netskope Cloud Firewall (CFW) Services, in each case deployed as to allow for real-time visibility and control, and configured by Customer or Netskope, as applicable, for failover to alternate Netskope data centers.
    • For Netskope Borderless WAN Services, “Available” means the Netskope Hosted Borderless WAN Management Console is operational and accessible to the Customer.
    • For all other Services, “Available” means the time the Services are available for access and use by Customer and Customer’s users over the Internet, and all features and functions of the Services, including web user interface (UI) and REST APIs, are operational in material conformity to the applicable Documentation.
  • “Availability Percentage” means the average percentage of time which a Service is Available during a calendar month, excluding unavailability attributable to any Availability Exclusions.
  • “Availability Exclusions” means
    • outages/degradations of performance due to any intermediate Internet service provider (“ISP”) or other public Internet infrastructure, but not including the data center facilities, equipment, and other physical infrastructure operated by Netskope to provide the Services as well as Netskope Internet connectivity that is under Netskope’s control;
    • failures/problems caused by Customer’s equipment, software, systems, or Internet connectivity, or their respective configurations;
    • failures/problems caused by Customer’s implementation, including steering, application connector or other configuration related issues;
    • Customer’s unavailability, failure or delay in actions required to restore the Services, including Customer’s failure to timely provide accurate and current contact or other necessary information, and Customer’s failure to implement Software updates, workarounds or configuration changes recommended by Netskope;
    • Force majeure events affecting the Services, including fire, flood, earthquake, act of God, war, riot, civil disorder, telecommunications outages or disruptions, shortages in supply or capacity of third parties, or any other event beyond the reasonable control of Netskope;
    • suspension of the Services by Netskope as necessary to protect the security of Customer, other customers or the Services;
    • for all Services other than Inline Services and Netskope Borderless WAN Services, Planned Maintenance up to 2 hours per month; and
    • for Netskope Borderless WAN Services, all Planned Maintenance, and Emergency Maintenance. “Emergency Maintenance” means circumstances where, in Netskope’s reasonable judgment, the maintenance cannot be performed as Planned Maintenance due to the urgent nature of the threat or potentially negative impact of failure to perform the maintenance.

B. Credits (Availability). If the Services do not achieve the Availability Percentage during any month as provided below, Netskope shall provide a credit equal to the equivalent of the number of Credit Days in the table below for the affected Service. Each Credit Day is 1/365th of the annual fee for the affected Service.

  • For Inline Services:

Availability PercentageCredit Days
>= 99.999%0 Days
99.99% - < 99.999%2 Days
99.00% - < 99.99%5 Days
98.00% - < 99.00%10 Days
< 98.00%24 Days

  • For Netskope Borderless WAN Services:

Availability PercentageCredit Days
>= 99.99%0 Days
99.00% - < 99.99%2 Days
97.00% - < 99.00%5 Days
95.00% - < 97.00%10 Days
< 95.00%24 Days

  • For all other Services:

Availability PercentageCredit Days
>= 99.9%0 Days
99.00% - < 99.9%2 Days
97.00% - < 99.00%5 Days
95.00% - < 97.00%10 Days
< 95.00%24 Days

 

II. Latency Measurement and Credits.

A. Definitions.

  • “Round-Trip Processing Latency” means the measure of time beginning when the Latency Inline Services receive a request for a particular transaction from an end-user until the Latency Inline Services respond to the end-user, less the time taken by 3rd parties to receive and respond to the same transaction and the time taken for DLP and threat scanning. Round-Trip Processing Latency does not apply to transactions covered by Latency Exclusions.
  • “Latency Inline Services” means Netskope Secure Web Gateway (SWG), Netskope Next Gen Secure Web Gateway (NG SWG), Netskope Cloud Inline (CASB-Inline) and Netskope Cloud Firewall (CFW) Services, deployed as to allow for real-time visibility and control, and configured by Customer or Netskope, as applicable, for failover to alternate Netskope data centers.  “Latency Inline Services” excludes the web user interface (UI) and REST API’s as well as Netskope Borderless WAN Services and Netskope IoT Security Services.
  • “Latency Exclusions” means otherwise-qualified Latency Inline Service transactions which:
    • Contain a greater than 1 MB (megabyte) request or response.
    • Are subject to a Force Majeure event.
  • “Hourly Round-Trip Processing Latency” means the average of all data points for Round-Trip Security Processing Latency in any hour.
  • “Decrypted Transactions” means HTTPS transactions where TLS/SSL decryption takes place.
  • “Non-Decrypted Transactions” means HTTP transactions and HTTPS transactions where no TLS/SSL decryption takes place.

B. Credits (Latency).For failure to meet the applicable Latency SLA during any calendar month, Netskope will provide a credit equal to the Credit Days divided by the number of days in the affected month, times one month of fees for the affected Service.

  • For Decrypted Transactions:

95th Percentile of Hourly Round-Trip Processing LatencyCredit Days
<50msN/A
>=50ms but <75ms7 Days
>=75ms but <100ms15 Days
>=100ms30 Days

 

  • For Non-Decrypted Transactions:

95th Percentile of Hourly Round-Trip Processing LatencyCredit Days
<10msN/A
>=10ms but <20ms7 Days
>=20ms but <30ms15 Days
>=30ms30 Days

 

 

III. Malware Protection Measurement and Credits.

A. Definitions.

  • “Identified Malware” means malicious software, including viruses and the like, designed to interfere with the normal function of a computer or network of computers, for which:
    • a signature has already been made publicly available for a minimum of one (1) hour for configuration by Netskope’s third party commercial scanner; and
    • is included in the Wild List located at http://www.wildlist.org and identified as being “In the Wild” by a minimum of three (3) Wild List participants.
  • “Transaction” means an HTTP or HTTPS request sent to or from Customer through its use of Netskope Secure Web Gateway (SWG), Netskope NG Secure Web Gateway (NG SWG) or Cloud Inline (CASB-Inline).
  • “Identified Malware Secure Rate” means during any calendar month, the number of Transactions with Identified Malware secured by the Services, divided by total Transactions with Identified Malware received by Netskope through Customer’s Services.

 

B. Credits (Malware Protection). If the Services do not achieve an Identified Malware Secure Rate of 100% during any calendar month, Netskope shall provide a credit equal to the number of Credit Days in accordance with the actual Malware Capture Rate as set forth in the table below for the affected Services. Each Credit Day is 1/365th of the annual fee for the affected Service.

 

Malware Capture RateCredit Days
>= 99.00%7 Days
< 99.00% but >= 98.00%15 Days
< 98.00%30 Days

 

For the Identified Malware Secure Rate service level and credit to apply, Customer must utilize the Services with Netskope Threat Protection and otherwise in accordance with the recommended threat protection settings on Customer’s user interface. Customer’s systems are deemed to be infected if an Identified Malware contained in a Transaction received through the Services has been activated within Customer’s systems, either automatically or with manual intervention. If Netskope detects but does not secure an Identified Malware, Customer agrees to cooperate with Netskope nonetheless to identify and delete the Identified Malware.

 

IV. Claims. To receive an Availability, Latency or Malware Protection credit, Customer must notify Netskope in writing within 15 days after the end of the month in which the credit arose; any credits not claimed within that period are waived and forfeited. Credits shall be applied against the next Services renewal and shall not be cumulative beyond a total of 30 days of fees for the affected Service during any Services annual period. Credits and rights of termination below are the sole and exclusive remedies for failure to meet the service levels above. Netskope will, upon request, make available a report of the Availability and Latency for each month, upon request to the extent such information is not available through the Service.

 

V. Termination Rights.

A. Availability. In addition to any termination rights in the Agreement,
(a) with respect to Inline Services, if Netskope fails to meet an Availability Percentage of (i) 99.999% during 2 consecutive calendar months; (ii) 99.999% during any 3 calendar months within a 12 month period; or (iii) 97% for any single month; and (b) with respect to Services other than Inline Services and Netskope Borderless WAN Services, if Netskope fails to meet an Availability Percentage of (i) 99.9% during 2 consecutive calendar months; (ii) 99.9% during any 3 calendar months within a 12 month period; or (iii) 95% for any single month; then in the event of (a) or (b), Customer may terminate the affected Services upon written notice to Netskope without further obligation or liability to Netskope and Netskope shall refund the pro rata portion of any pre-paid fees received by Netskope for the remaining Services Subscription Period after the effective date of termination.

B. Latency. In addition to any termination rights in the Agreement,
(a) with respect to Latency Inline Services and Decrypted Transactions, if Netskope fails to meet a 95th Percentile of Hourly Round-trip Processing Latency of: (i) less than 50 ms during 2 consecutive calendar months; (ii) less than 50 ms during any 3 calendar months within a 12 month period; or (iii) less than 100 ms for any single month; and (b) with respect to Latency Inline Services and Non-Decrypted Transactions, if Netskope fails to meet a 95th Percentile of Hourly Round-trip Processing Latency of: (i) less than 10 ms during 2 consecutive calendar months; (ii) less than 10 ms during any 3 calendar months within a 12 month period; or (iii) less than 30 ms for any single month; then in the event of (a) or (b), Customer may terminate the affected Latency Inline Services upon written notice to Netskope without further obligation or liability to Netskope and Netskope shall refund the pro rata portion of any pre-paid fees received by Netskope for the remaining Services Subscription Period after the effective date of termination.

 

 

GENERAL

A. Warranty; Disclaimer. Netskope warrants that the Support shall be performed in a professional manner by qualified personnel familiar with the Services. EXCEPT FOR THE EXPRESS WARRANTY ABOVE, NETSKOPE MAKES NO WARRANTIES, GUARANTEES OR CONDITIONS REGARDING THE SUPPORT, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY, OR OTHERWISE AND NETSKOPE SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THESE SUPPORT AND SLA TERMS CONSTITUTE A SERVICE CONTRACT AND NOT A WARRANTY REGARDING THE SERVICES OR RELATED PRODUCTS; THE SERVICES AND ANY RELATED PRODUCTS PROVIDED BY NETSKOPE ARE SUBJECT EXCLUSIVELY TO THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH IN NETSKOPE’S SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES AGREEMENT OR OTHER AGREEMENT SIGNED BY NETSKOPE AND CUSTOMER. THESE SUPPORT AND SLA TERMS DO NOT CHANGE OR SUPERSEDE ANY WARRANTIES OF SUCH AGREEMENT.

B. Limitation of Liability. IN NO EVENT SHALL NETSKOPE’S LIABILITY RELATING TO PROVISION OF SUPPORT OR THESE SUPPORT AND SLA TERMS EXCEED THE AMOUNT ACTUALLY RECEIVED BY NETSKOPE FOR THE SUPPORT GIVING RISE TO SUCH LIABILITY. IN NO EVENT WILL NETSKOPE BE LIABLE FOR LOST PROFITS, LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF DATA, COST OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICE, OR FOR ANY SPECIAL INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY KIND AND HOWEVER CAUSED, UNDER ANY LEGAL OR EQUITABLE THEORY OF LIABILITY RELATING TO SUPPORT, WHETHER FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE AND STRICT LIABILITY) OR OTHERWISE. THE PARTIES ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE SUPPORT CHARGES WERE DETERMINED BASED UPON THE FOREGOING LIMITATION OF LIABILITY.

C. Governing Law. The governing law and jurisdiction set forth in Netskope’s Subscription Services Agreement (or other agreement signed by Netskope and Customer) shall apply.

D. Entire Agreement Severability. These Support and SLA terms together with Netskope’s Subscription Services Agreement (or other agreement signed by Netskope and Customer) constitute the entire agreement between Customer and Netskope with respect to Support and supersedes any other verbal or written communications or advertising. If any provision of these terms is held invalid, the remainder of these terms will continue in full force and effect.

 

Version updated October 5, 2022.