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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.

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Blumira AWS Security Monitoring

Blumira has launched Amazon Web Services security monitoring into its cloud security platform, giving customers greater visibility and control over the security of their entire technology stack. The company’s monitoring of AWS GuardDuty, CloudTrail and VPC Flow Logs helps users easily identify and remediate risks like publicly exposed S3 buckets that can result in data leakage and compliance violations.

The company’s technology monitors attack patterns, analyzes billions of events for malicious activity, and surfaces contextual data needed to reduce the noise, time and manual effort spent on investigation. This enables small IT and security teams to quickly respond to indicators of an attack in progress such as account changes, potential malware infection, and abnormal cloud infrastructure behavior, Blumira said.

In addition to AWS, Blumira’s cloud security monitoring and reporting tool integrates across both on-premises and cloud services like Microsoft Office 365, Azure and Google Workplace (formerly G Suite). Blumira said it protects against cloud threats such as attacker login attempts, data leakage, device malware, and other malicious behavior that could result in a ransomware infection or data breach.

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