Host Intrusion Detection for Compliance in AWS and Multicloud Environments

To be compliant, an organization must ensure continuous awareness of every action that might affect configurations. These are not a one-size-fits-all type of occurrence, either; they happen at the application, ID, workload, and host layers of the cloud. This is where organizational and user data is being transacted, and because of the AWS Shared Responsibility […]

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We just looked at 2 billion #cloud events

I Just Looked at 2 Billion Cloud Events. Here’s What I Found.

Photo by Jase Ess on Unsplash Our relationship with Lacework customers usually starts with a 30-day trial of our solution. Going in to it, they typically acknowledge lack of necessary visibility into their cloud environment. They also, however, tend to massively discount the reality of threats and risks to which they’re exposing their users and data. It’s not […]

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Security Can’t Start Until Multi-Factor Authentication is Turned On

Passwords have long been a target for cybercriminals since they became necessary for switching between users on computers, validating a simple but important security layer. Passwords are typically weak enough to be susceptible to brute force attacks, or too complex to easily remember. Even password generators and password management tools like LastPass have not been […]

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Amazon Web Services

Lacework Announces New Capabilities Enabling AWS Customers to Rapidly Implement Security Best Practices and Proactively Identify S3 Buckets at Risk

Mountain View, Calif. – November 15, 2017 – Lacework, the industry’s first solution to bring automation, speed, and scale to cloud security, today announced new features that enable Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers to easily and continuously maintain an AWS cloud configuration that is compliant with proven security best practices. Lacework now automatically reports on […]

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