A new press release reports, “Eastwind Networks, the cybersecurity solutions and breach analytics cloud platform, today announced Eastwind CloudVu. The new platform provides unified visibility, threat analysis and behavioral analytics to identify malicious activity, insider threats and data leakage across multiple public and private cloud infrastructures. ‘Enterprises live in a multi-cloud world, and not all security tools address both cloud and on-premise,’ said Paul Kraus, CEO, Eastwind Networks. ‘Providing visibility into more infrastructure and additional public clouds, we have enhanced our enterprise cloud focus and strengthened our partnership with Ixia by integrating CloudLens into our new offerings.’ Eastwind CloudVu is a multi-cloud threat detection service that continuously monitors for malicious or unauthorized behavior against accounts and workloads. It monitors for activity such as unusual API calls or potentially unauthorized and unattended deployments that indicate ‘cloud drift’ and possible increased attack surface.”
The release continues, “Other benefits of CloudVu also include: Unified visibility into multiple Infrastructure-as-a-Service providers, including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Cloud, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and others; Intelligent threat detection of indicators of risk and compromise in network traffic, network logs, application logs and configuration changes and ‘drift’; Centralize threat detection across cloud providers to effectively identify and remediate potential and actual threats and breaches regardless of cloud provider or configuration. Eastwind is powered by the Breach Analytics Cloud, a powerful solution that enables cyber defenders to hunt, analyze and visualize all activity relevant to an enterprise’s cyber terrain at speed and scale to accelerate incident response and forensics. With Eastwind CloudVu, customers will have greater insight into their cloud infrastructures while using the same, familiar and powerful tools they use for visibility for on-premise and SaaS applications and services.”
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