Embrace cloud services with unparalleled visibility, compliance, data security and threat protection. Skyhigh is the leading cloud access security broker (CASB) trusted by over 500 enterprises to securely enable over 16,000 cloud services, including shadow IT and sanctioned IT.

 

 

With Skyhigh, organizations leverage a single cross-cloud platform to gain visibility into cloud usage and risks, meet compliance requirements, enforce security policies, and detect and respond to potential threats.

 

One Platform for All Cloud Services

Skyhigh enables organizations to enforce their security policies for both corporate-sanctioned and employee-introduced cloud services.

Discover all cloud services in use and standardize on sanctioned services

Skyhigh discovers all cloud services in use and provides a 1-10 CloudTrust Rating of enterprise readiness for each service, reveals gaps in cloud policy enforcement, and enables real-time coaching and policy enforcement to guide users to corporate-sanctioned services.

Detect and respond to data exfiltration, insider threats, and compromised accounts

Skyhigh leverages machine learning to accurately detect insider threats, compromised accounts, privileged user threats, and attacks using the cloud as a data exfiltration vector. Provides a complete audit trail to support post-incident investigations and remediation.

Achieve compliance with internal policies and industry regulations

Skyhigh identifies sensitive or regulated data in motion or at rest in cloud services using pre-built and customizable policy templates and enforces data loss prevention policies with closed loop remediation to meet internal and regulatory compliance requirements.

Maintain control over how data is accessed and shared

Skyhigh enables you to audit and control sharing permissions on files and folders, enforce collaboration policies,. Define and enforce access control policies based on user role, department, managed and unmanaged devices, and geography.

Protect data from unauthorized access and meet data privacy requirements

Skyhigh delivers academia and peer-reviewed encryption and tokenization schemes for both structured and unstructured data, enabling enterprises to encrypt sensitive data while maintaining control of encryption keys and preserving format and critical end-user functionality such as search and sort.

The Cloud Security Challenge

The cloud is having a measurable impact on business. According to a Vanson Bourne study, companies taking advantage of cloud services experienced a 15% reduction in IT spending, a 21% reduction in time to market, and an 18% increase in employee productivity. However, sensitive data in the cloud is now a target for cyber criminals, and cloud services can be used in a cyberattack as a vector to exfiltrate data. That’s why, according to Gartner, 25% of companies will deploy a cloud security software solution by 2016. That’s up from 1% who had such a solution in 2012. There are two sides to the cloud security challenge: 1) securing employee usage of cloud services they bring into the workplace and 2) securing the usage of cloud services that are sanctioned by the company.

When employees bring cloud services to work without the knowledge of the IT department, they create a parallel technology stack unknown to the company called “shadow IT”. As a result, IT teams often underestimate the scope of cloud usage by a factor of ten, and cannot enforce corporate security policies or identify and respond to security incidents. On the other side of the cloud dilemma, IT organizations require additional controls to extend corporate security policies to sanctioned cloud services procured by IT. Specifically, they need to protect data from breaches and blind subpoenas, comply with regulatory requirements, enforce governance policies, and detect compromised accounts and insider threats.