Connecting the Dots, Correlating Security Risks for Smarter Defense

Presented by

Nirav Kamdar, Security Solutions Architect, Qualys

About this talk

De-risk your IaaS and SaaS environments with one prioritised view so you can fix what matters most. Cybercriminals have sophisticated and targeted attack methods with ransomware, supply chain attacks, and zero-day exploits. Security teams struggle to keep up with these evolving threats and have conveyed the need for a unified Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP), to address the challenges in converging and prioritising threat indicators from diverse sources such as Vulnerabilities, Misconfigurations, Malware detections and other prominent stages of the cyber kill chain. Join our cloud security specialists to learn how you can gain complete visibility to your environment, including: • Cloud Risk Insights: Fine-tuned approach to gain actionable insights and focus on the imminent risk, and effectively narrowing down on the most exploitable systems • Real time threat detection and response using a well-trained Deep Learning AI • Cloud Workload Protection with Agent & Agentless techniques to detect vulnerabilities for OS and open-source software • Detect and Remediate Cloud Misconfiguration from Build to Runtime Empower your security team to measure, communicate, and help eliminate risk across your multi-cloud environments through a unified platform approach.
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