Overview

Skyhigh Networks, the leading cloud security and enablement company, allows private and public sector enterprises to safely adopt cloud services while meeting their security, compliance, and governance requirements. Over 500 enterprises and 23 million users leverage Skyhigh to gain visibility, manage threats, ensure compliance and protect data across both shadow and sanctioned cloud services. Headquartered in Campbell, Calif., Skyhigh Networks is backed by Greylock Partners, Sequoia, and Salesforce.com.

Products

  • Skyhigh for Shadow IT
  • Skyhigh for Sanctioned IT

Contracts

GSA Schedule Contracts

GSA Schedule 70

GSA Schedule 70 GSA Schedule No. GS-35F-0119Y Term: December 20, 2011- December 19, 2021


State & Local Contracts

City of Seattle Contract

Contract #0000003265 Term: December 19, 2021

CMAS

Contract # CMAS 3-12-70-2247E Term: through March 31, 2022

Fairfax County IT Hardware, Software, & Services

Virginia- Fairfax County CONTRACT EXPIRATION: October 4, 2020 (with 5 option years)

NASPO ValuePoint

Term: through September 15, 2026

Ohio State Contract- 534354

Contract # 534354 Term: December 19, 2021

VASCUPP

Contract Number: UVA1482501 Contract Term: May 2, 2014– December 19, 2021


Events

Upcoming Events

December 07, 2017 at 2:00 PM ET

Archived Events

Resources

CASBs are being widely adopted to provide visibility and control of cloud-based services and protection of sensitive data. Security and risk management leaders focused on cloud security architecture should follow these 10 best practices learned from early adopters to ensure a successful deployment.

Based on anonymized usage data for 200,000 public sector employees, Skyhigh presents hard data on government cloud usage. The Skyhigh Cloud Adoption and Risk Report is the first report that is based on real usage, rather than surveys that ask people to self-report their behavior.Download this repor...

The State of Missouri is a large public sector organization with over 14 different agencies and 40,000 end users. With this many employees, managing policy and access controls can be a challenge without one single point of control that covers all employees.