CyberFact of the Moment Manned by data scientists with backgrounds in military cyberintel, CloudLock’s CyberLab works to bring you the latest trends, threat prevention tips, and…

CyberFact of the Moment

CloudLock CyberLab

Founded by Israeli Elite Cybersecurity Military Intelligence experts, the CloudLock CyberLab is a global team of leading security experts, analysts, penetration testers, incident responders, forensic investigators and security researchers focused on driving unique insight into cybersecurity threats related to the cloud.

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Manned by data scientists with backgrounds in military cyberintel, CloudLock’s CyberLab works to bring you the latest trends, threat prevention tips, and cyber intelligence. With the largest customer base in the market, our data scientists are able to aggregate anonymized data points across more than 101,000 apps, 10 million users, and the 1 billion files CloudLock monitors daily, to uncover deeply nuanced patterns and provide cutting edge updates to help organizations securely leverage the cloud.

This Just In From The CloudLock CyberLab

With the growing volume of advanced cloud-native malware, organizations are challenged with monitoring these apps, determining which are risky, educating users on appropriate behavior, and removing high-risk apps from their environment. Organizations may ban apps simply because they do not promote productivity and they want to reduce distractions in the workplace. Or, they may ban apps because they pose a serious threat due to their excessive access scopes- often including permissions to view, edit, delete, and externalize corporate data on behalf of the users. Our cyberlab tracked the most common reasons security professionals ban applications, and here’s the interesting result:

CloudLock CyberFact of the Moment

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