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An Add-On by Lacework for Sheer Security
Lacework is looking forward to applying its unique invasion detection approach via build-time security solution to identify behavioral anomalies within the companies as well as in the IT industry.
FREMONT, CA: Lacework announced an addition to the existing run-time platform for cloud, container, and hybrid environments, with a brand new build-time security system. Lacework, which is recognized as the industry’s first solution to deliver absolute security in different platforms, is all set to carry out the trials and implement the software. It aims to provide a total security and compliance transparency across the entire infrastructure footprint of the enterprise starting from the growth of run-time and for cloud, as well as hybrid environments.
“Customers can’t effectively secure complex environments with a stack of security tools,” said Dan Hubbard, CEO of Lacework. “Shifting left is about integrating security into every aspect of the lifecycle of cloud-native workloads, irrespective of where they are developed and deployed. Enterprises move quickly, and they require a solution that is complete, continuous, and automated.”
Lacework was featured as one of the Top 25 Cybersecurity Companies in CIO Applications last year and has been a global leader in automating threat defense and intrusion detection. The new addition drew its inspiration from the rapid adaptation of DevOps and Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) approach by major organizations in order to, improve application development and delivery that can help in reaching the rapid demands of the business industry. In the cutthroat competition, companies make desperate attempts to reach the top, and during that process, various security gaps are created, which leads to issues that can leave the data exposed and at risk. Lacework tends to provide the most fulfilling security platform across build-time and run-time surrounding that helps the developers to apply a variety of tools responsible for productivity and speed.
DevOps security as an add-on to the Lacework Complete Security Platform enables the enterprises to perform with a single solution that can recognize security risks and threats throughout the lifecycle of the data and application. The Lacework Complete Security Platform will supply distinctive visibility, instant threat detection, and solutions as soon as the attackers attempt to exploit the gaps within the infrastructure.
Unlike the usual security tools built for only static datacenters, Lacework, based in California, is designed to adapt the changes in cloud configuration automatically, which delivers visibility and intrusion detection to keep their data and resources intact.