Cloud-native security with a rules-optional intelligence platform
with Mark Nunnikhoven, Lacework
Lacework has a patented platform, Polygraph Data Platform, which ingests data, analyzes behavior, and detects anomalies across an organization’s multi-cloud environment. Lacework continuously monitors user, app, process, and network behavior, as well as continuously evaluating vulnerabilities and cloud configurations. They use an agent and agentless approach to collect information to uncover unusual activity that could indicate compromise and prioritize responses.
Join us in this podcast as we speak with Mark Nunnikhoven, Distinguished Cloud Strategist, regarding how Lacework identifies and traces new or anomalous activity correlated across cloud accounts including regions, users, principals, CSP services, API calls, and API responses, as well as identifying workloads and containers with known active vulnerabilities.
Lacework is a data-driven cloud security platform that delivers end-to-end visibility into what’s happening across an organization's cloud environment, including detecting threats, vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and unusual activity.
Lacework takes a rules-optional approach to cloud security across CSPs, workloads, containers, and Kubernetes, to aid security and developer practitioners in identifying and remediating vulnerabilities during build through runtime.