CloudLock Unveils In-App Cybersecurity-as-a-Service at Dreamforce ‘15 With Dreamforce 2015 starting today in San Francisco, we are very excited to showcase our new In-App Cybersecurity-as-a-Service which can now be…

CloudLock Unveils In-App Cybersecurity-as-a-Service at Dreamforce ‘15

Bernd Leger

As VP of Marketing, Bernd drives CloudLock’s go-to-market strategy, including inbound marketing, product marketing, content marketing, public and analyst relations, marketing communications and sales enablement.

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With Dreamforce 2015 starting today in San Francisco, we are very excited to showcase our new In-App Cybersecurity-as-a-Service which can now be embedded directly into the Force.com platform. With this new offering, security admins, IT admins and business owners can now run their cybersecurity operations for SaaS, IaaS or PaaS solutions directly from within the Salesforce application. Leveraging out-of-the-box and custom workflows as well as custom salesforce objects for key security capabilities, Salesforce administrators can create their own security reports and dashboards directly in Salesforce, eliminating the need to manage multiple solutions.

See the solution in action.

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We’ve also made a number of further additions to CloudLock for Salesforce which include:

  • CloudLock Compliance Pack for HIPAA

To satisfy regulatory compliance, CloudLock is launching a new offering specifically designed for organizations concerned with safeguarding Protected Health Information (PHI) for their customers. For example, regulations may mandate that drug names can be stored in Salesforce as long as it isn’t near an individual’s name. In some cases health-related information can be stored in specific Salesforce fields, but not others. CloudLock’s Cloud DLP capabilities enable organizations to easily identify PHI information such as a person’s name, drug names, health conditions, SSN, national drug codes and ICD10 Codes in their Salesforce environment and to take risk-appropriate actions such as quarantining this data in native Salesforce encrypted fields.

  • CloudLock UBA for Salesforce

User Behavior Analytics (UBA) for Salesforce, provides ongoing detection of suspicious login events, such as two-factor authentication failures, disabled account login failure and impersonation events, to rapidly detect bad actors and behavior, prioritize security alerts and streamline alert investigations.

The new offerings broaden and enhance our existing cloud security services for Salesforce Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Communities, and Force.com. CloudLock for Salesforce is one of the core components of the CloudLock Security Fabric, a unified cloud cybersecurity platform that provides centralized visibility for organizations looking to secure SaaS, IaaS, PaaS and IDaaS environments such Office 365, Google Apps, Dropbox, Box, ServiceNow, Microsoft Azure, AWS and other environments.

We are also excited about the numerous speaking engagement at Dreamforce 2015:

Tuesday, September 15:

8:00 a.m. – You’ve Changed: Field Audit Trails and the Salesforce Time Machine

    • CloudLock Participant: Jennifer McClain, Director of Product Management at CloudLock
    • Session Participant: Jonathan Bruce, Director Product Management – Platform Big Data at Salesforce
    • Location: Palace Hotel, Grand Ballroom Rose

Wednesday, September 16:

8:00 a.m. – Data Archiving: A Key to Performance and Data Governance

    • CloudLock Participant: Jennifer McClain, Director of Product Management at CloudLock
    • Session Participants: Jonathan Bruce, Director Product Management – Platform Big Data at Salesforce; and Jessica Harman, Records & Information Management, Supervisor at Phillips 66
    • Location: InterContinental San Francisco Hotel, Ballroom C

11:00 a.m. – Cloud Security: Striking the right balance between security and business agility for cloud business applications like Salesforce

    • CloudLock Participant: Gil Zimmerman, CEO and co-founder at CloudLock
    • Session Participant: Shahed Latif, Principal, Technology Consulting Practice at PwC
    • Location: Children’s Museum, 221 4th St.

Thursday, September 17:

2:30 p.m. – Chatter, Files, & Community Cloud: Strategies and Tools for Ensuring Compliance

      • CloudLock Participant: Tsahy Shapsa, VP Business Development and co-founder at CloudLock
      • Session Participant: Arnab Bose, Director of Product Management at Salesforce; Harald Collet, Global Head of Bloomberg Vault at Bloomberg; and Rachel Taso, Product Manager at Salesforce
      • Location: San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel, Foothill G1-G2

2:30 p.m. – Customized Chatter: Create an Actionable Feed for Your Business Processes

    • CloudLock Participant: Andrew Davidson, Director of Business Development and Alliances
    • Session Participant: Eric Chavez, Systems Administrator at Apollo Education Group Inc.; Brandon Dennis, Knowledge Manager at Apollo Education Group; David Goldbrenner, Senior Product Manager, Salesforce Files and Content at Salesforce; and Dhiraj Sharma, CEO at Simpplr
    • Location: San Francisco Marriott Marquis Hotel, Yerba Buena Salon 10-12

Come see our offerings at Dreamforce 2015 at booth N1150.

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