Lacework Expands Partnership with AWS, Introducing New Security and Efficiency Integrations

Lacework, a data-driven cloud security company, is announcing the expansion of its ongoing relationship with AWS, integrating a new composite alert feature underpinned by Amazon GuardDuty findings, as well as the introduction of an AWS built-in solution designed to automate configuration and integration with AWS Cloud Foundational Services. The expansion of Lacework and AWS’ relationship further solidifies Lacework as a powerhouse in both security and DevOps spaces.

Lacework’s data-driven cloud security platform holistically collects, analyzes, and correlates data across cloud and Kubernetes environments, bringing high risk security events to the attention of security and DevOps teams for optimized resolution.

Given Lacework’s background in securing data environments, its integration with the AWS Security Hub (built on Amazon GuardDuty anomaly detection findings) brings the company’s thorough security strategies to AWS customers. Manifested as composite alerts that supply rich investigative context, Lacework’s integration accelerates threat detection and resolution.

Additionally, Lacework composite alerts can be sent back into Amazon Security Lake, further increasing access to security events, according to the company.

"Lacework's integration with AWS Security Hub and Amazon GuardDuty is a significant step forward in cloud security and a testament to our commitment to providing enterprises with the tools they need to stay ahead of emerging threats in the cloud," said Brian Lanigan, VP of worldwide channels and alliances at Lacework. "Through this extension of our relationship with AWS, we're able to provide our shared customers with a comprehensive view of their cloud security attack surface and help them identify and respond to threats more quickly and effectively."

The Lacework-AWS co-built, built-in solution optimizes the utilization of AWS Cloud Foundational Services, applying automation to install, configure, and integrate with the aforementioned AWS services throughout identity, security, and operations domains. This solution is designed to encompass foundational AWS services—including Amazon GuardDuty, AWS CloudTrail, AWS Security Hub, and AWS Organizations—to propel risk protection through reliable observability and reduce overall operational overhead, according to the company.

"We are excited to extend our relationship with Lacework through their deeper integration with Amazon GuardDuty and AWS Security Hub," said Michael Fuller, director of product at AWS Security Services. "Lacework's ability to leverage AWS security services to drive greater security outcomes for our shared customers shows their obsession to help customers operate securely on AWS."

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