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Apr 8, 2021   |  By David Fairman
As of late, cyber threats have only grown in velocity and volume, with cybercriminals taking advantage of every new capability to grow and prosper. Couple that with a global pandemic and a sudden increase in remote working in the cloud, and you open the door to countless new vulnerabilities.
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Ray Canzanese
The COVID-19 pandemic caused a dramatic shift to remote work that placed many who previously worked in the office at home working alongside their families. We saw an increase in personal usage of company laptops, including personal web browsing, gaming, media consumption, and online shopping. In this blog post, we will take a look at the personal usage of managed devices from a different angle: data security. In 2020, 83% of users accessed personal app instances from managed devices each month.
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Paolo Passeri
Several healthcare entities have reported data breaches after being notified of a “privacy incident” by Med-Data, a vendor providing revenue cycle services to hospitals, healthcare systems, and their patients. This privacy incident involves a leaky cloud service and has exposed the personal information of thousands of individuals, since at least December 2020.
Mar 31, 2021   |  By Jason Clark
The biggest fundamental shift in the era of digital transformation is that data is no longer on a CPU that the enterprise owns. Security teams focused on cloud must invest in the right technology to achieve more complete data protection, and we all need to ensure Zero Trust principles are applied everywhere data needs protection. At Netskope, we describe this as Zero Trust Data Protection. In its simplest form, Zero Trust means: Don’t trust the things you do not need to trust.
Mar 30, 2021   |  By Kevin Sapp
On March 2, Microsoft released patches to address four zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server software. Those vulnerabilities, known collectively as ProxyLogon, affect on-premises Exchange Server 2013, Exchange Server 2016, and Exchange Server 2019. (Exchange Online, which is part of Microsoft 365, has not been affected.)
Mar 24, 2021   |  By Paolo Passeri
Cloud-native threats have multiple implications. We are used to seeing legitimate cloud applications exploited within sophisticated kill chains, and we forget the basics: such as the risks posed by Shadow IT, like when personal email accounts are used to improperly handle corporate data. This is a very real risk right now, when users are working almost completely from home and the line between the professional and personal use of work devices is blurred.
Mar 23, 2021   |  By Max Havey
As we address a number of anniversaries related to the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re likely reminded of a lot of the uncertainty you were feeling coming into an indefinite work from home scenario. I know I certainly am.
Mar 19, 2021   |  By Paolo Passeri
Not even seven days after its public release, the American Rescue Plan Act has already been exploited by cybercriminals. This is the latest example of using a relief measure as bait for phishing or malware delivery.
Mar 16, 2021   |  By Ray Canzanese
In the summer of 2020, there was a big, short-lived spike in malicious Office documents. The Emotet crew had been quiet in the spring and began leveraging their botnet to send extremely convincing phishing emails to their victims, often with a link to download an invoice or other document from a popular cloud service. Those documents contained malicious code that installed backdoors, ransomware, bankers, and other malware on unsuspecting victims’ computers.
Mar 15, 2021   |  By Ray Canzanese
On March 2, Microsoft released patches for four zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 (CVE-2021-26855, CVE-2021-26857, CVE-2021-26858, and CVE-2021-27065). In the following weeks, attackers have been aggressively targeting vulnerable servers to install web shells that provide persistent remote access to infected servers. On March 9, attackers began installing a new ransomware variant known as DearCry or DoejoCrypt on infected servers.
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Netskope
Learn from three industry experts, Enrique Salem, Former CEO of Symantec, John Thompson, Chair of the Board for Microsoft, and Mark Anderson, Former President of Palo Alto Networks, on why Netskope is exactly what companies need to secure their users and data.
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Netskope
Netskope’s NewEdge network was built to be resilient with seamless failover support for all globally distributed datacenter locations. Learn more at
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Netskope
Netskope is a secure access service edge or SASE-ready architecture that helps you simplify traffic routing and reduce WAN costs by eliminating hairpinning and enabling users to go direct-to-net. Learn more at
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Netskope
Netskope provides the most flexible deployment options that help ensure any user, anywhere, on any device goes through Netskope and gets fast and secure access to cloud apps, websites, and internal apps. Learn more at
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Netskope
Netskope NewEdge is one of the world’s largest and most connected private security networks ensuring that there is no trade-off between security and performance and any user, anywhere, gets fast and secure access to the internet resources they need. Learn more at
Apr 7, 2021   |  By Netskope
Netskope Private Access provides zero trust network access to private applications and data in hybrid IT (public cloud and data center) environments. It is an integral capability of the Netskope Security Cloud and offers seamless connectivity for authenticated users, supports any application and protocol, reduces business risk, and simplifies IT infrastructure.
Apr 2, 2021   |  By Netskope
Bob Gilbert, VP and Chief Evangelist, introduces the Netskope Security Cloud Platform and how the combination of Netskope and Microsoft Information Protection helps ensure your data is protected everywhere it goes.
Mar 26, 2021   |  By Netskope
Learn the rich value of data context for granular policy controls within Next Gen SWG analyzing web and cloud traffic for data and threat protection.
Jan 27, 2021   |  By Netskope
Patrick Fu, managing partner at Sequoia Capital Global Equities, discusses how Netskope proved it has become the unrivaled leader driving innovation across cloud, data, and network security and why after extensive analysis of dozens of security vendors, Sequoia decided to invest in Netskope.
Jan 21, 2021   |  By Netskope
What is SASE? Join us for a technical session detailing the technology benefits of a SASE-ready architecture. By the end of the video, you will understand the key network and security components of SASE, explore technology consolidation within a SASE environment, and gain insight into how to start building a SASE-ready architecture.
Feb 21, 2019   |  By Netskope
Google Cloud Platform (GCP) provides a great way to save money and move faster. But administrators aren't often aware of the best security practices and controls to implement. How do you move to GCP efficiently without increasing the risk of a security breach? Read this new whitepaper to help your organization avoid common mistakes.
Oct 9, 2018   |  By Netskope
As you evaluate cloud access security brokers (CASBs) to safely enable sanctioned and unsanctioned (shadow IT) cloud services, cloud DLP is an important component of the solution. This 6-question checklist will give you specific, use case-based examples to help you differentiate between CASBs and choose the right one for your organization.
Oct 6, 2018   |  By Netskope
To achieve business goals, business leaders are choosing to work with multiple cloud providers, embracing dierent clouds optimized for various services. By distributing workloads and mitigating risk, a multi-cloud approach is increasingly recognized as a good strategy for organizations that want to maximize the beneits of the cloud and also easily adapt to changing business needs. In this eBook, we focus on ive common questions about multi-cloud.
Aug 29, 2018   |  By Netskope
While AWS manages security of the cloud, security in the cloud is the responsibility of the customer. Security teams need to understand their part in the shared responsibility model, where customers retain control of what security they choose to implement to protect their own content, platform, applications, systems, and networks, no differently than they would for applications in an onsite data center.
Aug 1, 2018   |  By Netskope
In this white paper, we'll share the behavior of malware infections by exploring the relationships between cloud application users and their files residing in the cloud. Netskope has observed such user-file relationships in cloud applications such as Google Drive, Dropbox, AWS, etc. in customer environments.
Apr 12, 2018   |  By Netskope
How to deliver AWS security that guards data everywhere and stops elusive attacks. This eBook contains 5 steps you can follow to boost your AWS security posture and shows how Netskope can help you implement them.
Mar 26, 2018   |  By Netskope
The way people work has changed. Driven by the increasing use of cloud services and mobile devices, people now expect to be able to work at any time, from any place, and on any device. These changes are dramatically altering the network and security infrastructure in many organizations.
Mar 26, 2018   |  By Netskope
Everything is moving to the cloud. Certainly your apps are, with well over a thousand cloud apps in the average enterprise today. Your infrastructure is moving to the cloud too, with IaaS services such as AWS and Azure growing at a rapid pace. Most importantly, your critical data is moving to the cloud.
Dec 4, 2017   |  By Netskope
Traditional security providers lack capabilities to address today's critical use cases. This eBook discusses seven of these gaps and how you can address them.
Oct 11, 2017   |  By Netskope
The digital transformation of the retail industry is driving a range of technology advances. To stay competitive, your organization is probably looking to more agile, cloud-based solutions, from customer-facing systems for point of sale to CRM and back office applications for accounting and inventory management.

Netskope is the leader in cloud security.

We help the world’s largest organizations take advantage of cloud and web without sacrificing security. Our patented Cloud XD technology targets and controls activities across any cloud service or website and customers get 360-degree data and threat protection that works everywhere. We call this smart cloud security.

Unique Capabilities:

  • Eliminate Blind Spots: Patented and built in the cloud, Netskope Cloud XD™ understands SaaS, IaaS, and web in extreme definition and performs big data analytics in real time. This eliminates the blind spots across thousands of SaaS and IaaS services, and millions of websites.
  • Guard Data Everywhere: Award-winning 360º data protection guards sensitive data everywhere through advanced cloud DLP and encryption across SaaS, IaaS, and web. Built in the cloud, Netskope works regardless of location or device and handles the direct-to-cloud and direct-to-web traffic that others miss.
  • Stop Elusive Attacks: Only Netskope advanced threat protection stops elusive attacks across SaaS, IaaS, and web. Built in the cloud with real-time and deep detection engines, Netskope finds malware and ransomware that evade legacy tools when they traverse both cloud and web to inflict damage.
  • Full Control, One Cloud: The industry’s only SaaS, IaaS, and web security platform built from the start in one cloud. Unlike other tools, Netskope eliminates policy conflict through standardized categories across SaaS, IaaS and web. Built in the cloud, Netskope scales automatically to meet your needs.

It’s time for smart cloud security.