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Netskope Extends DLP Frameworks to the Cloud With New Reference Architecture

14/09/2015 by Sharon Shahzad

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Framework will enable more accurate data loss prevention; facilitate better integration with on-premises systems

Netskope, the leading cloud access security broker, today announced a new reference architecture for data loss prevention (DLP) in the cloud, a framework designed to help organizations more accurately find sensitive content in the cloud and integrate more efficiently with on-premises DLP solutions. Through the Cloud DLP Reference Architecture, Netskope aims to spark a collaborative approach with industry-leading cloud app, data classification, on-premises DLP, incident response and identity management providers on how existing DLP should be done when data finds its way to the cloud.

Enterprise assets are increasingly moving from applications deployed in private data centers to public cloud services. Matched with this trend is a shift in data access patterns as access locations change from campus locations to nearly everywhere, in part due to the proliferation of smartphones and tablets. As enterprise assets continue to move from applications deployed in private data centers to public cloud services, organizations need a way to extend DLP frameworks to include cloud services and accommodate these new access patterns to effectively protect corporate intellectual property and sensitive data.

Netskope was prompted to lead the development of the Cloud DLP Reference Architecture by customers in the healthcare, financial services, retail and manufacturing industries. These customers shared a common requirement in that they had invested considerable amounts in building best-in-class DLP systems for traditional network traffic, but needed to find a way to extend their efforts to the cloud.

This article has been extracted from http://www.virtual-strategy.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.virtual-strategy.com/2015/09/14/netskope-extends-dlp-frameworks-cloud-new-reference-architecture#axzz3lj3EM2AH

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