Netskope

Los Altos, CA, USA
2012
  |  By Jan Michael Alcantara
Netskope Threat Labs is tracking multiple phishing campaigns that abuse Cloudflare Workers. The campaigns are likely the work of different attackers since they use two very different techniques. One campaign (similar to the previously disclosed Azorult campaign) uses HTML smuggling, a detection evasion technique often used for downloading malware, to hide the phishing content from network inspection.
  |  By Humza Ismaiel
Mergers and acquisitions often sound amazing to the Board, but they can become an operational nightmare for the infrastructure, networking, and security teams. In recent years, I’ve worked with a fair few highly acquisitive organisations and so I have seen firsthand that the practical steps to onboard new users can become hugely challenging–especially when the two organisations are running different technologies.
  |  By Ray Canzanese
Microsoft has recently highlighted the abuse of the remote support tool Quick Assist in sophisticated social engineering attacks leading to ransomware infections. This blog post summarizes the threat and recommends a mitigation strategy for Netskope customers.
  |  By Francisca Segovia
The “I&O Perspectives” blog series features interviews with industry visionaries and experts with roles in product management, consulting, engineering and more. Our goal is to present different viewpoints and predictions on how organizations’ networking, infrastructure and operations (I&O) are impacted by the current threat landscape, existing networking and cybersecurity tools, as well as implications for the future of SASE.
  |  By Tom Clare
The current situation with legacy on-premises security defenses trying to support a hybrid work environment and zero trust principles is challenging for companies. Complications can include poor user experience, complexity of disjointed solutions, high cost of operations, and increased security risks with potential data exposure. Simple allow and deny controls lack an understanding of transactional risk to adapt policy controls and provide real-time coaching to users.
  |  By Netskope Staff
Every year there’s quite a bit happening at the RSA Conference and no matter how hard you try, it can be difficult to take it all in. Between a sprawling showfloor with hundreds of vendors vying for attention, speaking sessions with experts from across the industry, private meetings with customers and prospects, plus social events in the evening, it’s understandable that you can come away with a bit of sensory overload.
  |  By David Fairman
As 2024 continues forward, Australia and New Zealand’s critical infrastructure sectors face significant cybersecurity challenges. Critical infrastructure (CI) sectors–encompassing energy, healthcare, transportation, water, and communication–are at a pivotal moment in their evolution. The rapid digitisation of these sectors brings not only unprecedented efficiency and connectivity but also a significantly expanded attack surface.
  |  By Neil Thacker
Those working in the UK public sector have seen significant upheaval over the last decade thanks to a combination of the long-term efforts to relocate civil servants outside London and, in recent years, the swift adoption of hybrid work practices necessitated during the pandemic. As a result, networks have expanded, the number of devices and endpoints to protect has grown considerably and potential vulnerabilities for attackers to target have increased.
  |  By Carmine Clementelli
SaaS applications have fundamentally transformed business operations by enabling on-demand user access to services and data via the internet from anywhere. Yet, despite countless benefits, SaaS in the enterprise is fraught with cybersecurity challenges.
  |  By Neil Thacker
As the UK cybersecurity sector prepares to meet at CyberUK next month, I have been reflecting on the conference’s theme–Securing an open and resilient digital future–and what might be the barriers to such a vision. One of the biggest challenges is doubtless the hefty legacy IT in the UK’s public sector.
  |  By Netskope
In cloud security, staying ahead of potential threats is crucial. As organizations continue to embrace cloud technologies, ensuring robust security measures becomes increasingly complex. To address this challenge, Netskope is proud to announce our integration with Wiz, empowering users to proactively safeguard their resources across hyperscaler environments like never before. This collaboration enables customers to leverage real-time insights from Wiz's comprehensive cloud security platform directly within Netskope.
  |  By Netskope
Can the VR headsets make the leap from a cool gadget to a serious productivity tool for businesses? The potential is huge for new uses cases, especially for collaboration, training, design, and engineering. We got our hands on the Apple Vision Pro headset and installed the Netskope Client to explore how our customers can unlock its productivity benefits without sacrificing security.
  |  By Netskope
Learn how Netskope’s proactively digital experience management (DEM) helps regain visibility to regain control over the employee digital experience with complete end-to-end monitoring from device to app, across all network segments, and within the Netskope One platform itself.
  |  By Netskope
SaaS performance, digital experience, and hybrid working productivity rely on device, app, SSE and network performance. See how proactively digital experience management (DEM) rapidly diagnoses and remediates issues so you can regain visibility to regain control, optimize and master employee digital experience.
  |  By Netskope
It’s frustrating to diagnose issues that may never get fixed. When there’s too many tickets, some just won’t get resolved–unless remediation gets outsourced, to automation. When we shift from monitoring to management, user experience gets fixed and teams refocus on real priorities.
  |  By Netskope
Bridge the gap and unlock your SASE’s full potential with visibility and automation to deliver a lightning-fast, digitally empowered workforce. Master and secure the user experience, to move the needle, not your vacation.
  |  By Netskope
Now that everything is interconnected, work and IT environments have radically changed. Increasing unpredictability, opacity and complexity mean it’s time to see things differently–to regain control.
  |  By Netskope
Nobody wants to hear a false alarm, but when issues fly under the radar silence also has consequences. Seeing through complexity, cloud security and connectivity eliminates blindspots. Great visibility proves itself with accurate alerts and rapid root cause analysis.
  |  By Netskope
Unrivaled visibility. Real-time data and threat protection. The Netskope One platform unifies all the core components of a SASE architecture, including Secure Web Gateway (SWG), Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Cloud Firewall (FWaaS) and Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) all with a single engine and policy framework.
  |  By Netskope
The Netskope Zero Trust Engine is at the center of the Netskope One platform, which ensures continuous adaptive trust-based policy controls extend effortlessly and consistently across Secure Web Gateway (SWG), Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA), Cloud Firewall (FWaaS), and Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) services, leaving no security gaps and delivering an exceptional user experience.
  |  By Netskope
Grab your copy of the first ever book on SSE Security Service Edge (SSE) is described by Gartner as the security stack of services within a SASE architecture. SSE is fast, easy to use, and secures your business wherever your people and data go. In this book, you'll: Download the very first SSE For Dummies book on the market where we cut through the acronyms to give you a functional understanding of how this set of tools will impact your security going forward.
  |  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.
  |  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 di_x001F_fferentiate between CASBs and choose the right one for your organization.
  |  By Netskope
To achieve business goals, business leaders are choosing to work with multiple cloud providers, embracing di_x001F_erent 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 bene_x001E_its of the cloud and also easily adapt to changing business needs. In this eBook, we focus on _x001E_ive common questions about multi-cloud.
  |  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.
  |  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.
  |  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.
  |  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.
  |  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.
  |  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.

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.