Cisco Cloudlock: Secure Cloud Data

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Use Cases Continuously monitor cloud environments for sensitive information and exposures Activate automated end-user notifications to educate employees and reduce future DLP violations Pinpoint sensitive data within cloud apps through custom and out-of- the-box DLP policies Enforce cross-platform automated response actions to mitigate risk rapidly Reduce false positives through advanced DLP capabilities such as threshold and proximity controls Integrate with SIEM solutions for simplified incident investigation and incorporation in broad security analysis Why Cisco Cloudlock • Cloud Native. Cisco Cloudlock is a frictionless, cloud-native solution that deploys in 5 minutes, delivers immediate value, and has zero impact on end users. • Broadest and Deepest Coverage. Cisco Cloudlock's retroactive security analytics go back further than any of our competitors – to the beginning! Unlike proxy solutions, Cisco Cloudlock also natively covers cloud-to-cloud traffic. Unlike competitors, Cisco Cloudlock is a cybersecurity platform that naturally covers IaaS and PaaS platforms such as AWS. Cisco Cloudlock's collection of microservices can protect any app. • Smartest Intelligence. Cisco Cloudlock has the smartest cyberintelligence and CyberLab because it has the most and best data by having the largest CASB customer base. • Most Scalable Platform. Cisco CloudLock has the largest customer base in the industry, with over 750 paying, subscription customers. • Cisco Ecosystem. Cisco provides an integrated, architectural approach to security with rock-solid vendor viability. © 2017 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company. (1110R) Problems We Solve Lack of Visibility into Sensitive Data Within Cloud Applications An increasing amount of organizations are adopting cloud applications. The visibility of on-premises DLP systems is limited to on-network traffic and does not extend to cover cloud environments, from Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) to Platform and Infrastructure- as-a-Service (PaaS and IaaS). Additionally, given the ease with which users can distribute information in cloud environments, and their highly collaborative nature, distribution of sensitive information to external parties is easy for employees but difficult for security analysts to detect. The Cloud as a Means of Data Exfiltration Cybercriminals and malicious insiders can easily employ cloud services to access and exfiltrate sensitive information. Cisco Cloudlock enables security analysts to gain control of cloud applications and excessively exposed information to combat malicious behaviors. Operation-Intensive Security Tools Challenge Security Team Resources Traditional data protection tools are resource-intensive, requiring a great deal of manual oversight due to excessive false positives and limited automated response. Additionally, deployment and scalability concerns demand additional security resources to achieve minimal value. Coverage • Microsoft Office 365 • • Amazon Web Services (AWS) • Box • Dropbox • Google G Suite • ServiceNow • Slack The Cloudlock Advantage "The biggest benefit Cloudlock provides for us is visibility into what users are doing; what they are storing up in the cloud, and being able to keep ourselves out of hot water, to be honest. We don't want news channel moments, and without Cloudlock, we would not have had nearly as good a view into what is out there and how to take action on it." - David Duchan, Information Security Engineer, Ahold

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