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CloudPassage Debuts Halo Cloud Secure

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According to a new press release, “CloudPassage, the leader in automated cloud security visibility, today announced the general availability of Halo Cloud Secure, which offers comprehensive and continuous protection of public cloud infrastructure, delivering security and DevOps teams a ‘single pane of glass’ view of security and compliance across all of their cloud service provider (CSP) accounts. Organizations face an increase in vulnerabilities as security teams struggle to maintain effective, real-time visibility into public cloud infrastructure. Maintaining security visibility of dynamic computing environments can be difficult due to decentralization of the IT department, the expanding public cloud infrastructure attack surface and cloud service misconfiguration. According to The 2018 Cloud Security Report, 62 percent of cybersecurity professionals see infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) misconfigurations as the biggest threat to their public clouds environments. Additionally, 43 percent of cloud security professionals report lack of visibility into infrastructure security as the biggest operational challenge.”

The release goes on, “The Halo platform already protected cloud workloads and containers. To answer customer demands for a streamlined solution, CloudPassage enhanced capabilities of the Halo platform, now known as Halo Cloud Secure. The product now provides both “inside-out” security visibility of servers and containers in the data plane as well as “outside-in” visibility of IaaS services and resources. Key differentiators of Halo Cloud Secure include: (1) Finds Critical Risks Other Tools Miss. Delivers broadest and deepest coverage for AWS with a comprehensive library of policy checks and coverage that monitors server and container workloads in addition to IaaS services and resources. (2) Unified View of Security & Compliance. Gain full scope visibility of all IaaS assets delivered in a unified view to quickly answer important questions about asset inventory. (3) Adapts To Enterprises’ Unique Environment. Unique environment and requirements are adapted to with powerful policy customization options.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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