Cloudflare reveals integrations with Atlassian, Microsoft, and Sumo Logic

Cloudflare, Inc., the security, performance, and reliability company helping to build a better Internet, announced new Zero Trust integrations with Atlassian, Microsoft, and Sumo Logic.

What do these integrations mean for joint customers?

These integrations will help businesses secure the tools and apps they rely on with enterprise-ready Zero Trust security. Businesses will be able to use security insights from the Cloudflare One SASE platform across Atlassian’s Confluence and Jira Software products, to protect classified and labelled data by integrating with Microsoft Sensitivity Labels, and to accelerate threat detection and investigation with Sumo Logic’s Cloud SIEM – all in just a few clicks.

The security landscape is filled with solutions that focus on singular security challenges. Businesses are forced to integrate with dozens of offerings, making it harder to integrate Zero Trust security across a company’s websites, employee applications, and corporate networks. As a result of these, companies can now embed Zero Trust security insights more deeply into more of the tools and applications their business and employees rely on.

Since its launch in 2020, Cloudflare One has provided over 10,000 companies worldwide with a unified platform to protect their company and employees anywhere–eliminating the need to cope with dozens of disconnected problems. With these new integrations, businesses can:

  • Protect popular tools employees use to collaborate: By integrating Cloudflare One with Atlassian’s collaboration tools – including Jira Software and Confluence – businesses can scan, detect, and surface security issues quickly to secure private, internal data.
  • Protect sensitive data using existing Microsoft Labels: Today, Cloudflare One customers can sync their Microsoft Information Protection labels to create policies that enable them to detect, monitor, or block the movement of sensitive corporate data using Cloudflare Data Loss Prevention (DLP).
  • Give security teams more precise and actionable security insights: Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM now delivers automated normalisation and correlation of Zero Trust logs for Logpush. Available as out-of-the-box parsers, customers can accelerate the triage process for security analysts by converging security and network data into high-fidelity insights.

What do the integrations mean for stakeholders?

Matthew Prince, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cloudflare

“Today’s CISOs are tasked with securing a complex matrix of applications, tools, and devices that inherently require a Zero Trust approach. That’s why we continue to expand Cloudflare One to make it as seamless as possible, wherever they are in their security journey. We want to make it as easy as clicking a button for companies to bring Zero Trust security everywhere their business needs it,” said Matthew Prince, co-founder and CEO of Cloudflare.

“Preventing data breaches is a critical in today’s threat landscape. Categorising your sensitive data and ensuring it doesn’t leave are the two sides of data security,” said Hammad Rajjoub, Director, Product Marketing, Data Security, Compliance and Privacy Ecosystem at Microsoft.

“Cloudflare has built integration with Microsoft Purview Information Protection to make this process seamless providing CIO teams proactive security with in-depth defense and higher automation to deal with the changes around how we work,” Hammad Rajjoub said.

“As a long time Cloudflare partner, we’ve worked together to help joint customers analyse events and trends from their websites and applications to provide end-to-end visibility and improve digital experiences. We expand this vital partnership to provide real-time insights into the Zero Trust security posture, a critical component for holistic visibility, threat prevention and rapid investigations,” said John Coyle, SVP of Business Development at Sumo Logic.