The 7 Hottest Cloud Security Products At RSA Conference
From identifying unsecured AWS S3 buckets and centrally managing EC2 instances to preventing risks around new SaaS applications, here’s a look at seven products that mitigate cloud security threats.
Palo Alto Networks SaaS Security
Palo Alto Network SaaS Security is a cloud access security broker (CASB) which proactively protects both on-premise and cloud-hosted applications. It automatically discovers and prevents risks with thousands of new Software as a Service applications before they become a problem, according to the company.
Continuous identification, categorization, and granular risk-based control of known and previously unknown SaaS applications is provided through App-ID technology, ensuring new applications are discovered automatically as they become popular. Palo Alto Networks SaaS security integrates natively into the company’s hardware as well as its next-generation firewalls.
Meanwhile, Palo Alto Networks Cloud Identity Engine is designed to consistently authenticate and authorize users regardless of location and where user identity stores live. This empowers organizations to move toward a Zero Trust strategy and provides them with access to applications and data in the cloud, on-premises, or in a hybrid model.