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Conventional security solutions limit visibility to network perimeters, on-network traffic, and managed mobile devices, leaving a large blind spot in the cloud.
The interconnected nature of cloud applications has led to the rise of an entirely new class of attack: cloud-native threats. Here’s how it works:
A quick internet search leads a hacker to all the information they need to generate a targeted, legitimate looking phishing email, making it difficult for end-users to reasonably know what’s safe, and what isn’t.
There are no files to scan for malware, making the attack completely invisible to traditional security solutions.
Like most users, the victim accepts the risks, only glancing at the access being granted. These approved apps use a protocol called OAuth to potentially gain full permissions, giving unlimited access to email and files.
Once a hacker has access, they can initiate an attack, viewing and downloading massive amounts of a company’s most sensitive data, such as intellectual property, account information, and personnel records.
But the attack doesn’t just end there, as the cloud makes sharing malicious applications across an entire organization simple. Hackers can easily do this themselves
Statistics show that organizations have an average of 550 unique cloud apps enabled with corporate credentials.
So, how do you defend your network against a growing number of cloud-native threats?
Cisco Cloudlock provides visibility and control over your connected cloud applications.
Cloudlock gives you all the information you need to know about the apps connected to your organization, including the most risky apps people in your organization have installed, and the users that installed them, and app trends across your entire organization.
For each cloud application, you can see the access the app requires, a crowd-sourced, Community Trust Rating that shows you the percentage of your peers that trust the application, and an overall Risk Rating.
Using all this information, you can classify apps as “trusted” or “banned” for individual users or across your entire organization. CloudLock even integrates with Cisco Umbrella, letting you ban apps at the DNS level.
Want to do this all automatically? You can with policy-driven controls that allow or revoke apps based on your criteria...
…allowing you to stop risks quickly and efficiently.
Cloudlock itself is a cloud-native solution, so there’s no hardware to install and can be set up in a matter of minutes.
Contact your Cisco account team to schedule a demo today or learn more at cisco.com/go/cloudsecurity
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