The cloud can be a dangerous place for your data and devices. Especially when you’re not sure who’s using what, where. Or when.

Our Cloud Risk Assessment puts you on the path to a 360 view of your business’s cloud presence across both your Sanctioned and unsanctioned Applications. In the process, we’ll reveal threats to your data security, make sure you’re compliant with industry regulations, and identify compromised accounts and malware infections.

We’ll also give you a risk-resolution roadmap to overcome the biggest problems you face today – and a glimpse of your posture in the wider risk landscape.

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According to the Netskope Cloud Report, a typical enterprise uses more than 1,000 cloud services, of which 90 percent are not enterprise ready

Cloud Risk Assessment

What is a Cloud Risk Assessment (CRA)?

EveryCloud’s Cloud Risk Assessment is a detailed report of cloud application usage within an organisation’s environment. The CRA is often a starting point for an organisation interested in the Netskope CASB product, it requires minimal effort, and poses no risk of disruption to production web traffic. The CRA provides various insights into the use of cloud applications, and can also highlight some of the risks associated with those applications.

What data does EveryCloud need to produce a CRA?

EveryCloud simply requires web browsing logs from the organisation. These logs are typically available from an existing web proxy or firewall. Sometimes the logs may be exported from a SIEM platform. The logs will need to contain a minimum set of fields, and cover a few weeks of activity, in order for EveryCloud to produce a meaningful report.

Shadow IT

We’ll help you understand your exposure to Shadow IT, how many applications your users are using and where you biggest risks are. And where data is exfiltrating the organisation to 3rd party applications. Our assessment is based on industry leading benchmark and analysis and will provide:

Most people underestimate the number of cloud apps they have by 90 percent. Get a true picture of your cloud usage with a Netskope Cloud Risk Assessment (CRA), including:

  • Cloud apps by category, enterprise-readiness level, and risk
  • Usage and data movement in sanctioned and unsanctioned apps
  • DLP violations and data exposure
  • Analysis of these items against your business concerns

GDPR Risk Assessment

We’ll let you know what 3rd party applications your data is moving to, how secure these applications are, and where your data is stored. Not to mention who owns the data, what security standards the data centre adheres to. Then, we assess how this information impacts on your GDPR policies for data storage and retention. This report will clearly identify areas of concern in your GDPR policy around data ownership, retention and visibility.

Identify Personal Information stored in your Sanctioned Cloud Applications, understand who this is shared with, who has access to it and if it is being shared externally. We’ll also help you move one step further and identify if this Personal information is being shared with Unsanctioned IT Applications (a potential breach of your GDPR Regulations) – and identify potential Data policy violations

Learn how Netskope can help your organisation with GDPR compliance in the cloud.

PCI Compliance Risk Assessment

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an international, comprehensive standard outlining the minimum security requirements for cardholder data. The standard is not a law, but any service provider that processes or handles payment card data must adhere to the regulation’s requirements. The top requirements include building and maintaining a secure networks system, protecting cardholder data, maintaining a vulnerability management program, implementing strong access control measures, regularly monitoring and testing networks, and maintaining an information security policy. The regulation explicitly mandates encryption of payment card data and of the communication paths the data traverses. Validation of compliance with the PCI DSS is determined by individual payment brands.

Our PCI Discovery will find and identify any information within your Sanctioned Cloud Storage applications that meets the criteria for a PCI Data Breach, identify where this information is stored, who has access to it and if it is shared internally or publicly. We can then use this information to help you take proactive steps to remove, encrypt or revoke access to these files to ensure adherence with your internal PCI Standards.

PII (Personal Information) Risk Assessment

What is a Cloud Risk Assessment (CRA)?

EveryCloud’s Cloud Risk Assessment is a detailed report of cloud application usage within an organisation’s environment. The CRA is often a starting point for an organisation interested in the Netskope CASB product, it requires minimal effort, and poses no risk of disruption to production web traffic. The CRA provides various insights into the use of cloud applications, and can also highlight some of the risks associated with those applications.

What data does EveryCloud need to produce a CRA?

EveryCloud simply requires web browsing logs from the organisation. These logs are typically available from an existing web proxy or firewall. Sometimes the logs may be exported from a SIEM platform. The logs will need to contain a minimum set of fields, and cover a few weeks of activity, in order for EveryCloud to produce a meaningful report.

Shadow IT

We’ll help you understand your exposure to Shadow IT, how many applications your users are using and where you biggest risks are. And where data is exfiltrating the organisation to 3rd party applications. Our assessment is based on industry leading benchmark and analysis and will provide:

Most people underestimate the number of cloud apps they have by 90 percent. Get a true picture of your cloud usage with a Netskope Cloud Risk Assessment (CRA), including:

  • Cloud apps by category, enterprise-readiness level, and risk
  • Usage and data movement in sanctioned and unsanctioned apps
  • DLP violations and data exposure
  • Analysis of these items against your business concerns

GDPR Risk Assessment

We’ll let you know what 3rd party applications your data is moving to, how secure these applications are, and where your data is stored. Not to mention who owns the data, what security standards the data centre adheres to. Then, we assess how this information impacts on your GDPR policies for data storage and retention. This report will clearly identify areas of concern in your GDPR policy around data ownership, retention and visibility.

Identify Personal Information stored in your Sanctioned Cloud Applications, understand who this is shared with, who has access to it and if it is being shared externally. We’ll also help you move one step further and identify if this Personal information is being shared with Unsanctioned IT Applications (a potential breach of your GDPR Regulations) – and identify potential Data policy violations

Learn how Netskope can help your organisation with GDPR compliance in the cloud.

PCI Compliance Risk Assessment

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is an international, comprehensive standard outlining the minimum security requirements for cardholder data. The standard is not a law, but any service provider that processes or handles payment card data must adhere to the regulation’s requirements. The top requirements include building and maintaining a secure networks system, protecting cardholder data, maintaining a vulnerability management program, implementing strong access control measures, regularly monitoring and testing networks, and maintaining an information security policy. The regulation explicitly mandates encryption of payment card data and of the communication paths the data traverses. Validation of compliance with the PCI DSS is determined by individual payment brands.

Our PCI Discovery will find and identify any information within your Sanctioned Cloud Storage applications that meets the criteria for a PCI Data Breach, identify where this information is stored, who has access to it and if it is shared internally or publicly. We can then use this information to help you take proactive steps to remove, encrypt or revoke access to these files to ensure adherence with your internal PCI Standards.

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