Governance is an area that can’t be overlooked when it comes to cloud app usage. Regulations like HIPAA and PCI DSS require that companies have the appropriate security controls to protect health information and credit card data, respectively. Take, for instance, cloud file sharing services like Box, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive. An ever-increasing amount of sensitive and regulated data is stored in these services. Any CISO or CIO would be keen to know exactly what data is sitting in these services and the amount of risk they’re being exposed to as a result.
Enter Imperva Skyfence. The Skyfence Cloud Access Security Broker helps organizations identify their cloud security and compliance gaps and equips them with the tools to mitigate these risks. In the short demo video above, you’ll learn:
- How to identify sensitive and regulated data in cloud file sharing services
- How to benchmark your cloud app configurations against regulations and best practices
- How to identify accounts that shouldn’t have access to your cloud apps
This is, of course, just a sliver of the functionality provided by Skyfence. If you’d like more information on how Skyfence can help you secure your data and apps in the cloud, visit www.skyfence.com or click here to get in touch with a Skyfence cloud specialist.