Top 8 Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASB) Tools
Cisco UmbrellaNetskope CASBPrisma SaaS by Palo Alto NetworksBitglassMcAfee MVISION CloudMicrosoft Cloud App SecuritySymantec CloudSOC CASBSaviynt
We like Cisco Umbrella because of DNS security. It's one step ahead of whatever we are using for regular web filtering. In that way, it's more secure than other web filtering products.
I have found the most useful features to be the Web Secure Gateway, CASB, infrastructural service scanning, and Zero Trust.
The automation offered by the product is pretty solid.
To quarantine and clean a malware file provides a lot of security.
Prisma SaaS is very easy to use; it's common sense — it's the best-in-class.
The solution’s AJAX-VM provides constant reverse proxy uptime. It has been very positive for our security operations. When people are trying to access the SaaS solution, it protects us from downloading any of that data and experiencing any type of attacks
Overall, the performance is good.
It's an easy-to-use product.
We have become more aware of what services our users are using, how often they are using them, and what data is being sent out of the organization and to which services. So, it is really a lot about visibility and helping us make decisions based on that. It drives some of our policy decisions for adding extra security controls.
The active directory integration is very valuable as we can connect to the list of users that we have and the cloud control, the blocking, the access control of the cloud, can be handled by this product.
Saviynt has a lot of potential with many features available for users.
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