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Empowering the Cloud Through G Suite

Adoption of G Suite has increased year over year. Despite this increased adoption, securing data still remains a challenge as employees want access to cloud apps from any device, anywhere.

In this webinar, we will discuss the the security gaps within G Suite and how to give power back to your security team through tools that provide visibility and control of your data across all of your cloud apps.

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Empowering the Cloud Through G Suite

  1. 1. webinar july 12 2017 G Suite
  2. 2. STORYBOAR G Suite is the fastest growing SaaS productivity suite: deployed in over a third of organizations 2015 google apps office 365 other 16.3% 7.7% 76% 22.8% 25.2% 52% 40.7% 24.5% 34.8% 2016
  3. 3. poll: what are your g suite adoption plans?
  4. 4. STORYBOAR a security balancing act: empower users, maintain control ■ Visibility and control over corporate data in G Suite ■ Prevent unauthorized access ■ Limit external sharing ■ Restrict access on unmanaged devices ○ Managing Google Drive sync, access in risky contexts, more
  5. 5. STORYBOAR The real risk vector ■ In an increasing number of security breaches, findings show that user "error" is the root cause
  6. 6. STORYBOAR components of g suite security identity cloud access mobile
  7. 7. STORYBOAR cloud: protect data-at-rest in g suite ■ External sharing opens the door to unintended leaks ○ API-based controls can restrict sharing of sensitive data ■ Encryption, when needed ■ User behavior analytics, logging
  8. 8. STORYBOAR mobile: protect cloud data synced to any device ■ Employees have rejected MDM and MAM ■ Protect data synced/downloaded to user devices ■ Allow different levels of mobile access based on device type, user, etc.
  9. 9. STORYBOAR access: native security provides limited visibility ■ More access, greater risk of data leakage ○ Granular access controls can limit risky access ■ DLP is critical to securing sensitive data in risky contexts ○ Complete security solutions should be content-aware, apply DLP at access
  10. 10. STORYBOAR identity: centralized identity management is key to securing data ■ Cloud app identity management should maintain the best practices of on-prem identity ■ Google can identify some but not all high- risk logins ■ Prevent use of compromised credentials with cross-app IAM, step-up MFA
  11. 11. STORYBOAR cloud apps can be secure: but will they protect everything? enterprise (CASB) end-user devices visibility & analytics data protection identity & access control application storage servers network 11
  12. 12. poll: what cloud security functions are most important?
  13. 13. STORYBOAR benefits of using a casb g suite requires a new security architecture ■ Cross-device, cross-application agentless data security ■ Real-time data protection ■ Limit high-risk activities like external file sharing, unmanaged access ■ User behavior analytics
  14. 14. STORYBOAR managed devices application access mode data protection unmanaged devices & mobiles in the cloud ● profile-agent ● VPN+IP-restriction ● DLP/DRM/encryption ● Device controls, e.g PIN ● Agentless Selective wipe ● Client apps: allow/block ● Google Drive ● Gmail ● API ● Quarantine DLP ● Block external shares ● Alert on DLP events g suite use case: real-time inline data protection on any device Google Drive Client ● Full access ● Browser ● ActiveSync Mail ● Client apps ● Reverse-proxy + AJAX-VM ● ActiveSync Proxy 14
  15. 15. Fortune 100 Media Conglomerate 20K users secure g suite + byod Challenges ■ Sensitive data stored in G Suite ■ Limited external sharing controls Solution ■ Policies to protect financial data in real-time, bidirectionally ■ Quarantining of data policy violations for further review ■ Real-time inline data protection on any device
  16. 16. STORYBOAR our mission total data protection est. jan 2013 200+ customer s tier 1 VCs
  17. 17. STORYBOAR @bitglass