- According to the company, expanded enterprise multicloud support expands cloud security posture management to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, providing teams’ visibility into their OCI resources and associated risks.
- Customers of Lacework who utilize Google Cloud or Azure will now benefit from customized attack path analysis specifically designed for each cloud platform’s unique environment.
Lacework Inc., a cloud security company, has introduced a range of updates to enhance its platform’s enterprise-level features, enabling customers to do more in the cloud securely.
One notable update is the broadening of Lacework’s platform to include additional cloud providers, offering customers a wider range of options for securing their multicloud environments. According to the company, expanded enterprise multicloud support expands cloud security posture management to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), providing teams visibility into their OCI resources and associated risks.
The inclusion of support for OCI now allows enterprises, whether they utilize Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, OCI, or a blend of these services, to leverage the unified Lacework platform. This grants them consolidated visibility from a single point, leading to better context, improved results, and faster investigative processes.
Lacework’s platform is extending its attack path analysis to Azure and Google Cloud. This service empowers security teams to view their cloud environment from the perspective of a potential attacker. This service empowers security teams to view their cloud environment from an attacker’s perspective, enabling them to pinpoint potential targets and understand the vulnerabilities that might be exploited to breach a cloud environment. Customers of Lacework who utilize Google Cloud or Azure will now benefit from customized attack path analysis specifically designed for each cloud platform’s unique environment.
The agentless workload scanning has been enhanced to scan customer workloads every five minutes for new instances. The detailed insight into running and its associated risks provides teams with comprehensive visibility in dynamically evolving environments, assuring that short-lived instances do not go unnoticed in terms of security.
The Lacework platform now integrates with ServiceNow Inc. and Jira, which are said to improve the process of mitigating vulnerabilities to improve its threat visibility tools. With the support, security, and development teams receive premium vulnerability feeds with context integrated into their preferred ticketing system. Lacework claims that teams can expedite their response to securing vulnerabilities by connecting these systems to streamline response efforts.
According to ServiceNow’s Head of security products, Deepak Kolingivadi, “With the rise of cloud adoption and migration, securing the enterprise has never been more important for organizations. 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.”
Lacework’s integration with ServiceNow Vulnerability Response offerings for infrastructure and container applications is presently accessible on the ServiceNow marketplace, while support for Jira is in a private preview phase.