Cloud Native Application Protection Platform
Ryan Spence is a Senior Sales Engineer at Lacework.
Ryan’s technical career spans three decades across multiple verticals. He has founded two startups to successful exits, architected global solutions, as well as lead forensic investigations for the FBI and global industries. Ryan continues an active schedule teaching and publishing content for LinkedIn as he leads industry CISO events across the US and EU on behalf of Lacework and AWS. He is based out of Indianapolis, Indiana.
Join this meeting as cloud security leading company Lacework with review the latest cloud security solution referred to CNAPP.
In 2021, Gartner introduced a term that’s taken the cloud security world by storm — cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP). A CNAPP allows companies to take a more integrated and automated approach to cloud security by combining multiple functions in a single platform. For years, automation has played a critical role in cloud security. In fact, without automation, true cloud security would be a pipe dream. The promise of CNAPP goes a step further — one single platform that can bring value, safety, responsiveness, and productivity to organizations that put it to proper use. CNAPP offers a range of features and capabilities to address the unique security challenges in this environment. It provides visibility, threat detection, and protection across the entire application lifecycle, from development to production. CNAPP focuses on securing containerized applications, microservices, and serverless functions, offering features like vulnerability scanning, runtime protection, access control, and compliance monitoring. By implementing CNAPP, organizations can ensure the security and integrity of their cloud-native applications, enabling them to operate confidently in a dynamic and fast-paced cloud-native ecosystem.
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