How do I enforce policy and identity management with cloud-based applications?

Virtually every business now uses cloud-based applications, the adoption of cloud has partially or completely replaced the legacy physical and hardwired networks of traditional offices.

Your in-house or outsourced IT team are likely to be running to keep up with patching, updates, and ensuring malware and the increasing number of new style attacks are kept at bay.

 

 

We all know that we can be attacked from the outside but in addition to this, we need to consider that our people themselves can be the weak link in security.

How can you automatically deploy policies so that your people are given the right authorisation to access the right places and send and receive content in a completely safe and controlled way?

Enforcing security policy

Be sure it is your employees and known devices accessing your cloud-based applications

Adaptive access control

Give access to the right data by the right people in you organisation rather than blanket access to everyone.

Data loss prevention

Put in place measures to ensure your data is not at risk from outside attackers or insider threats (disgruntled employees)

Behaviour analytics

Is an employee accessing data or a cloud-based application they don’t normally have access too?

Automated Remediation

If any of the rules are violated or compromised, automatically shutdown access and investigate.

The four cornerstone foundations of Cloud-based application security & CASB

Visibility

Companies need visibility and control across both managed and unmanaged cloud services

Compliance & Policy

Regulatory, local and governmental compliance regulations are increasing for cloud-based applications

Data Security

Securing sensitive cloud based data such as employee records, accounting information, proprietary design data is becoming increasingly difficult.

Threat protection

Ensuring cloud based applications are sufficiently protected against outsider and insider threats is fast becoming the number one priority for any size organisation.

60%

Of the world's business data is stored in the cloud

Source: National Cybersecurity alliance

90%

Of global business use one or more cloud-based applications

Source: Gartner

200

Zettabytes of data will be stored in the cloud by 2025

Source: Cybercrime Magazine

76%

Of UK business feel their data is at risk inside cloud-based applications

Source: Forrester Research

The new era of increased remote working and use of cloud-based applications has driven a greater need for more complex security enforcement between users and cloud-based applications.

 

 

Key features of Endida’s solution

  • Visibility – We monitor all of the cloud applications being accessed by users including any by your outsourced IT dept. This information enables us to build a risk assessment and form overarching security policies as well as controls for specific users and applications.
  • Data loss prevention – Endida service will protect any data that is travelling to, within and stored in the cloud reducing the risks of costly data leaks.
  • Threat protection – We use the data from typical user patterns to identify malicious behaviour and activities as well as negligent behaviour.
  • Compliance – Endida helps ensure your organisation is compliant to regulations such as GDPR
  • Agile access controls – Traditional security only allows you to either block or deny access, Endida’s Cloud-based application security service allows you to deploy the right of access to the right people

So does it work?

Our service starts with a full assessment and analysis of which cloud-based applications you want to protect, how your users access them, and what devices they commonly use.

We can then deploy the right policies for individuals and groups of users.

Once implemented these policies can be monitored and automated giving you full control over  unauthorised or malicious access.

QUESTIONS? HERE ARE THE ANSWERS

What is Endida's cloud application security service?

Endida’s cloud application security service is a cybersecurity solution that provides security and compliance for cloud-based applications, including Office365, Salesforce, Goggle Suite, Accounting software and hundreds more.

Why does a company need Endida's cloud application security service?

Cloud application security is becoming essential, with stolen credentials a threat actor can simply login with no real challenges. Our service will protect cloud-based applications and data from cyber threats, we provide real-time threat detection and response, help to enforce security policies, and ensure compliance within your industry regulations and standards.

How does Endida's cloud application security service help to secure my cloud environment?

With our service in place we can detect & prevent cyber threats such as malware, ransomware, and phishing attacks, and enforce security policies to prevent unauthorised access and data leakage. Additionally, Endida full provides analytics and reporting, which helps to identify security risks and compliance gaps, and provides actionable insights we can discuss with you to improve security posture.

What is Endida's DLP service?

DLP (Data Loss Prevention) service is a simply what it says – a cybersecurity solution that helps prevent the loss or unauthorised disclosure of sensitive data from within your organisation or outside.

Why do I need Endida's DLP service?

If you need to protect sensitive data such as critical business intellectual property or comply with industry regulations and standards then our DLP services is for you. We will help to identify and classify sensitive data, monitor data usage, and prevent data leakage through various channels, including email, cloud storage, and removable media.

What is Endida ZTNA?

ZTNA (Zero Trust Network Access) is a cybersecurity framework that provides secure access to applications and resources based on identity and context rather than network or location – perfect if you use any cloud based applications.

Why do I need ZTNA?

The Endida ZTNA service ensures secure access to applications and resources for remote workers and third-party vendors. It helps to reduce the risk of cyber threats, such as unauthorized access, data breaches, and malware infections. Additionally, it provides granular access controls and continuous monitoring to detect and prevent security threats in real-time.

How does Endida’s ZTNA improve security?

Our ZTNA service improves security by implementing the principle of least privilege, which restricts access to only the necessary resources and applications based on user identity and context. It replaces the traditional VPN and firewall-based security model with a modern, cloud-native architecture that uses micro-segmentation and identity-based access controls. This approach helps to reduce the attack surface, prevent lateral movement, and detect and respond to security threats in real-time.

Get in touch to find out how we can help you today

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Starting at just £10 per month per device (laptop, desktop or other device), there is an Endida package to suit your business.

All of our services come with Endida’s unique management and deployment service wrapped in, there are no hidden installation or up front fees.

Endida Cyber Essentials

Device / Laptop firewall endpoint protection
File & Web URL sanitisation
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Endida Cyber Elements

Device / Laptop firewall endpoint protection
File & Web URL sanitisation
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Endida Cyber Elite

Device / Laptop firewall endpoint protection
File & Web URL sanitisation
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