Mountain View, Calif. – May 30, 2017 – Lacework, a provider of cloud workload security solutions, will be participating at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2017, which will be held on June 12-15, 2017, in National Harbor, Maryland. The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2017 is the foremost gathering of security, risk management, and business continuity management leaders, delivering the insight needed to guide organizations to a secure digital business future. As a Startup Sponsor, Lacework will be hosting a booth (#K7) where subject-matter experts will discuss the benefits of Lacework Polygraph™ and how customers use the platform for breach detection, incident investigation, insider threat management, and DevSecOps insights on their public, private and hybrid cloud workloads.
Lacework Polygraph is the industry’s first zero-touch cloud workload security platform that instantly detects breaches, manages insider threats, delivers insights into workloads, offering graphical investigation tools for public, private and hybrid cloud workloads. With Polygraph, Lacework eliminates the reliance on labor-intensive policy and rule development and time-consuming log correlation activities that characterize today’s alternatives. Unlike other solutions on the market today, Lacework Polygraph was developed to provide a complete picture of the entire cyber kill chain for end-to-end visibility so security professionals can connect and visualize elements of an attack or insider threat to respond more quickly and effectively.
“Two years ago, we realized that the cloud was going to need faster and more capable security,” said Jack Kudale, CEO, Lacework. “Unfortunately, traditional policy-centric detection and log-based investigations are a cloud professional’s nightmare and current security tools and practices aren’t agile or effective for today’s cloud environments. With Lacework Polygraph, we attacked the cloud security problem head-on from a completely new direction that wouldn’t slow things down with rules, policies, and log analysis. We look forward to showcasing the Polygraph platform at this year’s Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit.”
The Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit provides attendees with best practices and strategies to maintain cost-effective security and risk programs in order to support digital business and drive enterprise success. The event provides organizations with a unique opportunity to reinvent their approach to security and risk for the digital age, based on Gartner’s trusted independent research and practical recommendations. The comprehensive agenda highlights the latest threats, flexible new security architectures, governance strategies, the chief information security officer (CISO) role and more.
Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit attendees are invited to stop by the Lacework booth to learn how the Polygraph platform provides a complete picture of the entire cyber kill chain for end-to-end visibility so security professionals can connect and visualize elements of an attack or insider threat to respond more quickly and effectively. To learn more about Lacework and the benefits of the Polygraph Platform, please visit Lacework.com and follow the company on Twitter and LinkedIn. Join the event conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #GartnerSEC.
Based in Mountain View, California, Lacework is the industry’s first zero-touch, cloud workload security platform that provides breach detection, insider threat management, workload insights, and investigation analysis. After nearly two years of dedicated development and testing, Polygraphs, Lacework’s flagship offering, has been built to significantly compress the breach detection cycle, reduce false positives, provide high precision alerts, and simplify investigation analysis. Lacework’s solution provides security for dynamic datacenter, cloud and container workloads without requiring any policies, rules or manual tagging. Lacework automatically discovers customers’ workloads, applications, and users, along with their interactions, by creating Polygraphs.
Lumina Communications on behalf of Lacework