On-Demand Webcast

Your cloud-based applications can be a
million dollar liability waiting to happen

Do you have visibility into what cloud apps your employees are using?

JPMorgan Chase suffered a significant security breach this summer, with more than 80 million accounts compromised. An article in the New York Times reported that hackers obtained a list of the web applications and identified vulnerabilities. The end result being, new security initiatives to address this breach will cost $250 million a year. Google was not immune either – in September, more than 5 million Gmail usernames and passwords were hacked and posted to Russion bitcoin forum, proving the point that even a popular email app can get hacked.

The average cost of a data breach can skyrocket from just under $3 million to over $5 million based on the "cloud multiplier effect" *. In fact enterprises are more susceptible to higher data breach costs as a result of:

  • Large volumes of employees using unsecure and unapproved cloud applications
  • Employees accessing approved cloud applications, but from unsecure locations or devices
  • The average number of cloud applications in use within an enterprise is close to 400
  • IT departments typically underestimate cloud application usage by as much as 90%

How are you addressing these challenges?

Patrick Foxhoven


Patrick Foxhoven

VP and CTO of Emerging Technologies

Join Patrick Foxhoven, VP & CTO of Emerging Technologies, Zscaler, Inc., for an interactive and compelling webcast that will:

  • Provide a deep dive into the key trends impacting enterprise cloud application security
  • Highlight what this means for your organization
  • Offer concrete steps to keep your business safe
  • Recommend what to do about Internet security in today's cloud and mobile first IT landscape

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* According to a recent report by the Ponemon Institute.

A cloud-based application can be a million dollar liability waiting to happen

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