Bitglass Room for Improvement

reviewer1400070
Senior Security Engineer at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
I wish they would advance more into the endpoint DLP solution. Currently they do not do anything around endpoint, they're still strictly cloud-based. The forward proxy is really the only thing they do. What I would like to see them do is to scan machines, workstations and servers, for information we might not want on those machines. That would be huge. We have to consider the fact that that's not really their arena, but I think if they would come into that arena, they would open themselves to providing a more complete solution. View full review »
David Overton
Sr. Director of Information Security & Enterprise Architecture at Childrens Home Society of Florida
Integration into different multi-factor authentication tools. On their page, they tout Duo, but I don't use Duo. I use another vendor. Not that they don't interact, but it takes a little bit more doing. Any amount of efficiencies here would help. The one area of improvement that I would suggest: Integrating to some on-prem things, like Active Directory. That would be helpful, but then I would need to have a third-party piece to do things automatically, not manually. View full review »
reviewer1412328
Cyber Security Officer at a insurance company with 51-200 employees
In our environment, when an Active Directory password changes, we tend to have some latency issues with access. It takes about 15 minutes before that password is accessible through Bitglass after the change. That would be the major thing I see as a negative. The Active Directory password thing created a lot of negative feedback from our end user staff. As we move forward, we will probably have to evaluate that to see if it appears in other applications. At this point, we don't have any plans to discontinue it, but as we scale up, we will probably have that conversation. Where I missed a step: I didn't provide enough training to our end user staff and system admin staff. This created some elements of frustration for them as they migrated to the cloud applications. The password synchronization piece seemed to be the big negative thing. When people can't log into an application, they get pretty uptight about it. That is probably my biggest misgiving. The synchronization/password change issue is probably the most glaring problem that we have with it. Unfortunately, it's one that hits anybody who uses the product. Anytime their password changes, it becomes an issue. View full review »
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reviewer1400646
CTO at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
Their new SASE (secure access service edge) product would have been the one thing I would have requested. Now that they have that platform, I'd like to see it as integrated and seamless as possible with the core product. That's what they're working towards and that's where we're seeing the advancements. View full review »
David Levine
Vice President, Corporate Information Security & Chief Security Officer at Ricoh Americas
A few minor items for consideration: * Enhanced reporting ( e.g. a report to find out how many users are in specific Bitglass group). * MFA Enhancement: Perhaps adding an MFA Application. View full review »
reviewer1416423
Director, Cloud & Data Security at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
They need to mature the SmartEdge Secure Web Gateway (SASE) solution. It is still very early as a product based on industry standards. View full review »
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