Preparing for RSA: Securing Enterprise Data Across Cloud Services David Hallinan Published: February 18, 2020 We’re right around the corner from this year’s RSA Conference, held in San Francisco from Feb 24-28! As the conference approaches, it’s the perfect time for enterprises to evaluate their security priorities for the coming year. Detection Made Easy Here at Kloudless, we power CASB, DLP, e-Discovery, UEBA, and more data protection use cases with an extensive set of features built specifically for data security solutions.To provide large-scale threat protection, data security solutions need to connect to SaaS apps to gain visibility into user behavior and data. Kloudless has you covered with tools like our Unified OAuth flow for individual accounts as well as admin accounts for org-wide access. Our Activity Monitoring API provides you with the tools necessary for thorough user and entity behavior analytics so that your security solution can identify and track threats in real-time.Remediation Made SimpleFinding threats is one thing, eliminating them is another. Once detected, your security solution needs to take action to protect users from the threats you identify. Kloudless provides full CRUD routes for every connector to read, delete, move, create, and update the objects monitored in user and entity behavior analytics so you can keep your users’ data safe.Given the sensitive nature of security in the enterprise, it’s imperative for an enterprise’s security initiatives to align and adapt to a continuously evolving threat landscape. Yet it’s no ordinary feat to uniformly and reliably monitor activity on every disparate cloud service used by an organization. Kloudless Security APIsWhen we launched the first Kloudless Unified API a few years ago, we didn’t expect the variety of data security solutions that we would enable. Several of our users, customers, and partners are RSAC sponsors, where they showcase security solutions connecting to business applications like Office 365 and G Suite via Kloudless.As it turns out, our Unified APIs offer strong benefits designed for apps offering security solutions for cloud services, including, but not limited to: Capturing information on all organization data in the cloud service, and who can access it, including Event Processing, Activity Logs, User Impersonation, User/Team Listing and more;Monitoring any and all activity occurring organization-wide;Remediating threats using the Kloudless Unified APIs for Storage, CRM, ITSM, and more;Running Kloudless Docker/Kubernetes containers on-premises to meet and exceed custom security and compliance requirements. We’re dedicating more time and effort to improve our security solutions with robust and relevant features that our users have been asking for. We’ve taken the time to make sure that we have endpoints in place to solve the problems that data security solutions face, including the following built strictly for data security use-cases:Unified Audit EventsKloudless makes a stream of event data available in a consistent format. This includes information on any data being modified as well as behavioral events like logins, sharing, user/group creation, etc. Unified PermissionsAccess controls are vital to any security company, and these controls can be extremely complex. The Kloudless v2 Permissions API provides granular information on the various access levels available on objects.More so, we’ve partnered with AWS EventBridge over the past year to offer our customers the very best in event/activity monitoring if their applications use Amazon Web Services.See you at RSA! From sync and scan, from detection to remediation, Kloudless can power your data security solution with every tool a modern data protection suite needs right out of the box.We’ll continue to offer our data security customers the very best in features and tools to help them succeed. At the RSA Conference, we’ll be meeting others and learning more about current trends, so we can include the most relevant features in our solutions. Interested in meeting up at RSA? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org!