Normalyze, a data-first cloud security platform, today announced it is available for purchase in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalog with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that make it easy to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Modern cloud-based applications can be complex to secure due to the explosion of microservices, the proliferation of data, and continuous changes. Normalyze gathers all security stakeholders – from the CISO to the security engineer to DevOps – in one user interface to discover data, classify it, and prioritize discovery of attack paths that can lead to sensitive information. The company also offers a Freemium product, optimal for users to gain full visibility into their cloud accounts and help discover and secure sensitive data while operating continuous integration and continuous delivery (CICD) cycles.
AWS customers will now have access to the Normalyze platform directly within AWS Marketplace. The Normalyze platform provides AWS customers with the ability to help democratize data discovery and classification.
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“We’re pleased to deliver our data-first cloud security platform in AWS Marketplace to allow joint customers to discover, classify, and secure their cloud data,” said Amer Deeba, CEO and co-founder at Normalyze. “Data sprawl is on the rise and one of the only ways businesses can regain visibility, control, and trust of their sensitive data in the cloud is through a comprehensive data security posture management or DSPM solution like the one Normalyze offers. Customers can easily sign up and get started to secure their cloud data at scale.”
“The Normalyze platform gives us 360-degree visibility on where data resides across our cloud environments and any risks associated with it. We found its ability to connect the dots around data – including accesses, identities, vulnerabilities, and configurations – helpful so we can understand where the real threats are and remediate them in near real-time. It is a game changer for securing our cloud environments,” said Rahul Gupta, Head of Information Security and GRC at Sigma Computing.
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