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Users are constantly creating new data and sharing it with people inside and outside the organization. And IT holds the responsibility for knowing where sensitive data is stored and securing it — without hindering employees' productivity.

But the ability to enable users should not be at odds with securing an organization’s most sensitive data, especially at a time when employees need to stay productive working remotely due to COVID-19.

On this webinar, learn how you can create policies that pinpoint suspicious activity without inhibiting the flow of your workplace.

You'll learn how to:

  • Prepare your security posture for remote work
  • Effectively identify sensitive content across SaaS apps
  • Quickly remediate threats and automate security policies

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Michael Marks

 Senior Product Manager,

Michael has been in the IT security space for a decade. He's been a consultant, IT auditor, product manager at multiple security startups, and the IAM architect at Coca-Cola Enterprises. Today, Michael heads up the product management function for our data protection use cases. He holds an MBA from Emory University and a BS in Computer Science from Wake Forest University.  

Mosi Platt

Director of Security Compliance, BetterCloud

Mosi leads the security team that maintains BetterCloud's compliance with security and privacy requirements for SOC 2, Cloud Security Alliance, Privacy Shield, GDPR and CCPA. With nearly 18 years experience in information security and assurance, he has designed and audited controls for ISO 27001, COBIT, SOX 404, PCI-DSS, and the HIPAA Security Rule.



SaaS File Security


Secure sensitive content across SaaS applications and prepare your security policies for remote work

SaaS File Security

How to find and secure sensitive content across your SaaS applications