Pushing New Boundaries for a Threat-Informed Defense for Cloud

Presented by

Cymulate: Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate, Nir Loya Dahan, VP of Product & Mike DeNapoli, Dir Cybersec Architect

About this talk

CSPM (aka cloud security posture management) is only a partial solution for cloud exposure management. Identifying misconfigurations in the cloud is a critical step to discover security weaknesses, but assessment data often includes hundreds of potential weaknesses without context to actual risk. Cloud misconfigurations require validation to confirm breach feasibility and prioritization that considers compensating controls and business impact. Attend this webinar to learn how security leaders are implementing Cymulate in their exposure management programs to strengthen their cloud security resilience and reduce risk. Experts from Cymulate will model the Cymulate Exposure Management Platform to achieve: - A risk-based view of cloud security posture - A risk-profiled cloud asset inventory, attack surface, and validated attack paths - Program baselines and executive communication for cloud deployments Cymulate will also demonstrate the recent updates to its Breach and Attack Simulation Advanced Scenarios solutions for a threat-informed defense for cloud infrastructure. With the expansion of cloud and Kubernetes scenarios, Cymulate BAS Advanced Scenarios provides security leaders and teams with the security validation critical to managing the security posture for cloud infrastructure. Additional Resources: https://cymulate.com/resources/application-cloud-security-validation/ https://cymulate.com/solutions/cloud-security-validation/ https://cymulate.com/schedule-a-demo/ https://cymulate.com/blog/the-power-of-validating-detection-in-kubernetes/
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