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Cloud Access Security Brokers in the Wild
Date: 5/30/2018 1:00 p.m. EST / 10:00 a.m. PST
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Cloud applications like Office 365, Salesforce and AWS have taken enterprise IT by storm. Some have embraced the cloud, creating corporate instances of these widely used platforms in order to maintain some control over cloud data. Others are wary of the security and compliance challenges posed by these new services. Enter cloud access security brokers or CASBs – purpose-built solutions that provide real-time data and threat protection for the cloud.

To date, hundreds of organizations in every major vertical have deployed CASBs as a means of addressing gaps in their security. In this webinar, presented by Rik Turner, analyst at Ovum, and Rich Campagna, CMO and SVP Products at Bitglass, we’ll explore real-world security use cases. Learn how your peers – in healthcare, financial services, tech, manufacturing and other industries – are leveraging next-generation technologies to achieve comprehensive control and visibility across all cloud platforms.

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