Evanssion to offer Bitglass NextGen CASB solution

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Evanssion, joined hands with a leading Next-Gen Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB), Bitglass that will enable Evanssion to offer its regional customers a complete NextGen CASB solution to deal with Zero-day security across any app and device, managed or unmanaged.

“We believe that the adoption of cloud services in the region will increase exponentially in the next 24 months. Most large enterprises are not yet fully prepared to address data security challenges arising out of this transition. Customers must to go beyond their perimeter to discover, manage and protect the corporate data residing in various cloud environments. Bitglass provides a single platform to address these challenges and we believe it can help customers to fast-track their adoption of more cloud services,” said Sheik Abideen, Vice President, Evanssion.

Since its inception in 2013, Bitglass has become the leading real-time CASB, providing customers with granular access controls and deep visibility across all cloud apps. Bitglass also enables securing individual or ‘own’ devices with an agentless mobile security solution that protects data without impeding on employee privacy. To date, more than 500 enterprises worldwide have deployed Bitglass’ Next-Gen CASB for cloud and mobile data security in every major sector, including financial services, healthcare, and government.

“We are excited to partner with Evanssion to expand the reach of Bitglass’ market-leading CASB solution,” said Rich Campagna, CMO of Bitglass. “Evanssion has a specialized team of professionals who understand organization’s need for cloud access security to cater to their transition to cloud-based services. We rely on their expertise to help us accelerate our market growth, penetrate new industry verticals, and help us crack new business opportunities.”

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