Increasingly, enterprises and SMBs are adopting cloud-based applications for file sharing, data storage, project collaboration, and more. Moving to the cloud offers plenty of benefits, in terms of efficiency and flexibility, but it can also bring significant security risks — both because the applications themselves may have security issues, and because it’s difficult to prevent employees from using unsanctioned applications (aka “shadow IT”).
63% of web-borne malware and 15% of phishing attacks are delivered over cloud applications.1
When the average enterprise uses over 2,000 cloud applications1, how can they get an accurate picture of which cloud applications are being used in their environments, for what purposes and who has access?
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1 Netskope. “Cloud and Threat Report – August 2020 Edition.” (August 2020)