CensorNet, a leading provider of cloud security solutions, today announced that Frost & Sullivan, Inc. has profiled it in its 2017 Global Cloud Access Security Broker Market report. CensorNet’s inclusion within the report is based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute.
“The CASB market is in a state of flux”, says Toni Massimini, Senior Industry Analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Two camps are emerging. There are broad-based cybersecurity vendors who have added CASB to their portfolio, integrating it with other products. Then there are pure play vendors who focus on CASB as their only product. These vendors have IP and patents and are partnering with other cybersecurity vendors to enhance each other’s offerings.”
Ed Macnair CEO of CensorNet said “At CensorNet, our main priority has always been to align our services to our customer’s security needs and invest in the solutions that best support their journeys. We believe our inclusion within Frost & Sullivan’s CASB report is testament to our focus on protecting businesses in today’s ever-growing cyber threat landscape by providing a 360 degrees view of an organization’s security posture.”
“We continue to invest in our CASB offering and add new dimensions to our solution, such as the recent API mode addition. This new feature has improved our threat protection and data security capabilities, removing the blind spot that using a purely in-line solution can result in. As European and UK cloud adoption increases, so will our CASB feature set to meet customer demand and continue to strengthen our position in the market.”, continued Macnair.
CensorNet first released its cloud-based CASB solution in April 2015 to complement its existing email and web security products. Today, its unified and multi-layered approach to securing the cloud via its purpose built, multi-functional cloud security platform delivers integrated web security, email security, CASB and adaptive multi-factor authentication. This provides organizations with security-focused visibility and control over user access, data and assets and allows organizations to address the cyber security, audit, compliance and productivity issues associated with the use of cloud applications.