Secure Your Data with Cloud Agnostic API-driven CASB

Spinbackup’s API driven CASB, businesses can safely, effectively, and confidently utilize public cloud resource

Traditional security mechanisms in today’s hybrid network configurations are simply no longer effective as a means to secure communications and data for organizations. Today’s end user’s no longer fit the traditional work force coming from behind the same firewall, IP subnet, and crossing through the same firewall to get to the Internet/public cloud environments. Today’s highly mobile workforce make use of a variety of devices including a mix of BYOD devices as well as corporate issued devices. This creates the challenge of being able to secure data from these various endpoints as well as to apply various organizational policies so as to create a homogenous security posture across the board for various devices.

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G Suite Security Best Practices for High Risk Apps Control

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One of the powerful features of public cloud environments such as Google G Suite is the ability to take advantage of the huge ecosystem of third-party apps available. The third-party apps found in the G Suite marketplace offer a wide range of quality, enterprise focused apps that add functionality and features to the native G Suite environment. These can include many useful applications to organizations such as CRM apps, Project management apps, and Admin tools. These are easily accessed from the G Suite environment with a Google account. While third-party apps offer tremendous business value to a G Suite organization, they also present an inherent danger to the overall security stance of a G Suite environment.

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G Suite Security Best Practices for G Suite Backup

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When thinking about G Suite security best practices, many things come to mind. However, backups may not be readily considered when moving core enterprise applications into cloud-computing scenario. Backups of cloud data should be considered crucial to the overall security strategy of organizations with hybrid cloud or native public cloud business-critical applications, data, and infrastructure. An organization today who thinks they will never need to protect or recover public cloud data is simply not living in reality.

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G Suite Security Best Practices for Ransomware Protection

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There is arguably no greater threat in today’s data security scene than ransomware. Over the last few years, ransomware became one of the most formidable adversaries to enterprise security and to most organizations’ business-critical data. With recent news headlines, ransomware is constantly plaguing businesses by corrupting their critical data, or by taking down critical systems that can greatly impact business continuity. One misconception about cloud storage is that data in the public cloud is immune to ransomware infection. This is indeed a dangerous idea for organizations to entertain! In this part of the G Suite administrator security essentials discussion, we will take a look at protection against ransomware in the public cloud and why this is extremely important. Also, we will take a close look at how Spinbackup is able to provide key protection against ransomware in Google G Suite environments.

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Migrating from On Premise to Google G Suite

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Organizations today are certainly looking to migrate to public cloud services. The overall numbers of businesses moving to public cloud infrastructure and services is staggering and that trend is still progressing. While the “death of the corporate datacenter” has not entirely happened and may not happen completely, public cloud environments are being utilized and utilized heavily by today’s businesses.

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API based CASB: How to Address the Cloud Security Gap

How to address the cloud security gap with API based CASBs

In today’s world of hybrid cloud infrastructures using both on-premise resources as well as public cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) or Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), the security boundary lines are being blurred for organizations taking advantage of public cloud resources. While hosting infrastructure both on-premise and in the public cloud, organizations have to address cyber security concerns as well as enforce compliance of on-premise network security policies with infrastructure that lives in the cloud.

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Best Practices for Office 365 Ransomware Protection

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The single most valuable technical possession of businesses today is their data. Data is crucial to most business-critical operations that happen for most organizations and it is at the heart of most services and processes that are involved with normal everyday activities. Protecting your data is like protecting your livelihood if you are a business. In fact, the results of losing data for any reason can lead to serious adverse effects for businesses.

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Google Drive Ransomware Protection Tips

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Ransomware protection is ultimately important as it smart and advanced type of malware is on the rise, with cases increasing by a shocking 6,800% in 2017. Not only are the number of ransomware attacks increasing in the cloud, but ransomware is also becoming more sophisticated, finding new ways to infect devices with Ransomware virus and entice victims to pay up. When the virus infects a computer, Ransomware encrypts all files on it and those stored at cloud storages such as Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox are not an exclusion. Here is how to ensure Ransomware Protection of your data kept in Google Drive.

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