CyberSoC Capital helps Identify and combat cyberthreats across all your cloud services with Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS), a cloud access security broker (CASB) that provides multifunction visibility, control over data travel, and sophisticated analytics.

Moving to the cloud increases flexibility for employees and IT alike. However, it also introduces new challenges and complexities for keeping your organization secure. To get the full benefit of cloud apps and services, an IT team must find the right balance of supporting access while maintaining control to protect critical data.

CyberSoC Capital uses Microsoft Cloud App Security as a Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) that supports various deployment modes including log collection, API connectors, and reverse proxy. It provides rich visibility, control over data travel, and sophisticated analytics to identify and combat cyberthreats across all your Microsoft and third-party cloud services.

We use MCAS natively integrates with leading Microsoft solutions and is designed with security professionals in mind. It provides simple deployment, centralized management, and innovative automation capabilities.

Key Benefits

  • Discover and manage your apps
  • Streamline cloud access security with native integration. Control, and audit your apps and resources.
  • Govern access to apps and resources
  • Discover shadow IT in your organization. Understand and control your digital information estate.
  • Check your cloud apps’ compliance
  • Evaluate against compliance standards, prevent leaks, and limit access to regulated data.

Why do we use CASB?

We use CASB to better understand your overall cloud posture across SaaS apps and cloud services and, as such, Shadow IT discovery and app governance are key use cases. Additionally, an organization is responsible for managing and securing its cloud platform including IAM, VMs and their compute resources, data and storage, network resources, and more. Therefore, if you are an organization that uses, or is considering using, cloud apps to your portfolio of network services, you most likely need a CASB to address the additional, unique challenges of regulating and securing your environment. For example, there are many ways for malicious actors to leverage cloud apps to get into your enterprise network and exfiltrate sensitive business data.

As an organization, you need to protect your users and confidential data from the different methods employed by malicious actors. In general, CASBs should help you do this by providing a wide array of capabilities that protect your environment across the following pillars:

  • Visibility
  • Detect all cloud services; assign each a risk ranking; identify all users and third-party apps able to log in.
  • Data Security
  • Identify and control sensitive information (DLP); respond to classification labels on content.
  • Threat Protection
  • Offer adaptive access control (AAC); provide user and entity behavior analysis (UEBA); mitigate malware.
  • Compliance
  • Supply reports and dashboards to demonstrate cloud governance; assist efforts to conform to data residency and regulatory compliance requirements.