Cloud Access Security Brokers help companies to get visibility and control over their data. CASBs have much in common, so how to choose the right one for you? There are minor differences, invisible at first glance, yet critical. Let’s try to spot them. We’ve outlined CASB comparison of solutions for Google Workspace (G Suite)—Netskope, Intello, and SpinOne. Our findings are summarized below.
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|Pricing, per user/month||Starts at $8||$5 (for 100 licenses)||$6|
Google Workspace CASB Comparison
So, how to choose the best CASB solution? Generally, you have to check what features the solution has and how they address your goals. We’ve gathered some of the best CASB solutions to help you with finding the right one.
Netskope CASB. A solution that provides you with DLP functionality, control over both managed and unmanaged apps, malware protection, and user behavior monitoring. Netskope covers over 36,000 apps.
Pricing: Starts from $8 per user/month
Intello. This solution allows viewing permissions and risk levels of both managed and unmanaged apps, user behavior, and data usage. Also, Intello can revoke data access from connected apps. An additional function is an integration with financial apps that allows you to manage subscription costs.
Pricing: Varies depending on your number of licenses. For example, $5 per user/month for 100 licenses, the minimum license threshold.
SpinOne. A solution that offers DLP, correction of policy violations, control over both managed and unmanaged apps, user behavior, and data usage. Apart from that, SpinOne provides backup and ransomware protection functionality. SpinOne covers over 100,000 apps.
Pricing: $9 per user/month