The cloud security company Lacework has announced updates that aim to provide customers with more choices when it comes to securing multicloud environments.
The company now offers support for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), giving customers another option to use with its cloud security posture management solution. This is in addition to previous support for AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure.
It also is extending its attack path analysis capabilities to Google Cloud and Azure, enabling those customers to utilize this feature that shows the cloud environment from the perspective of an attack.
“My colleague already had the chance to identify configuration issues, it immediately flagged something we had to look at — giving us the opportunity to fix it,” said Simen Kildahl Eriksen, security engineer at Cognite, a customer of Lacework. “It provides an invaluable means of identifying potential configuration problems before they escalate into more significant security breaches.”
Lacework agentless workload scanning also received an update and can now check customer workloads every five minutes. According to the company, this frequency gives teams great assurance that short-lived instances are staying secure and not opening up the company to attack.
“With the rise of cloud adoption and migration, securing the enterprise has never been more important for organizations,” said Deepak Kolingivadi, head of security products at ServiceNow. “The Lacework integration with ServiceNow Vulnerability Response enables our enterprise customers to streamline their response processes by simplifying assignment, collaboration, and remediation of critical vulnerabilities. Using business context in ServiceNow, customers can detect and report the security posture of IT and application environments within the Now Platform. We look forward to continuing our partnership with Lacework and helping mutual customers address cybersecurity threats more quickly and efficiently.”
More information on these updates can be found here.