New integrations for popular collaboration cloud apps
Increased visibility and control into Box, Dropbox and Google Apps
The increased use of cloud software and third party integrations has been a black hole for network security, but with Cloud Access Monitor’s new native cloud app integrations, cloud security is much easier. This week we’re happy to announce API-based integrations with the popular cloud apps Box, DropBox, and Google Apps. That means you don’t need to re-architect your network traffic or negatively impact the user experience to improve your cloud security. And you can have all of your cloud security information in one place.
Cloud Access Monitor (CAM) gives you visibility and control into cloud app usage so you can solve critical security issues. The problem with poor visibility into cloud data is that any sort of hack or information leak can happen without the company even knowing. But with CAM, you can get alerts when unusual user behavior occurs on any of these popular cloud apps for business.
Cloud Access Monitor uses deep packet capture to detect and show any abnormalities in your cloud data. For example, you can detect and see cloud data that contains secure information such as Social Security numbers, credit card numbers, or other personally identifiable information. With CAM, there is 24/7 monitoring against cyber-threats alerting you of any atypical user behavior so nothing sneaks by.
CAM’s passive network traffic analysis also gives IT pros a non-intrusive way to see:
CAM deploys within minutes and doesn’t require you to make any changes to your current setup, so there are no hiccups in the user experience. And our new integrations with Box, Dropbox, and Google Apps allow you to combine all of your cloud security information in one place.
Data security and cloud visibility is an evolving conversation with IT pros, and Cloud Access Monitor gets us closer to a world where cloud use with security is a reality.