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Paladin Cloud Launches New SaaS Cloud Security Platform to Help OrgsImprove Security Posture

Paladin Cloud has just announced the release of their new SaaS cloud security platform, aimed at helping organizations improve their overall security posture. The platform allows for the identification and visualization of cyber assets and security controls, while also monitoring cloud environments for potential vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and security risks.

This announcement comes as businesses struggle with the early detection of security risks in the cloud, particularly when it comes to monitoring assets in dynamic environments running at scale in production. However, Paladin Cloud has addressed this issue by maintaining a real-time cyber asset inventory, enabling CISOs and security teams to discover and visualize their attack surface.

The company's agentless cloud monitoring and alerting capabilities, coupled with third-party integrations into widely deployed enterprise systems, provides security teams with the ability to ensure their security controls and protections over their cyber assets are providing the intended coverage. Additionally, the platform’s security-as-code capabilities allow organizations to manage their overall security posture across their cyber assets to ensure governance and compliance with best practice security policies.

Daniel Deeney, Co-founder and CEO of Paladin Cloud, believes that as enterprises accelerate their move to the cloud, CISOs and security teams will need to take a holistic approach to cloud security. This approach should define their cyber asset attack surface and extend their security posture to develop early detection capabilities and protect applications and data.

Built on top of Paladin Cloud’s open-source core, the new SaaS platform contains hundreds of best practice security policies implemented in code within the product. The platform serves as an extensible policy management plane with connectors into enterprise systems to provide a holistic view of security across multi-cloud environments.

With the new SaaS platform, organizations can define their cyber attack surface, reduce exposure to vulnerabilities and threats, continuously monitor multi-cloud environments, verify security controls are providing protection, implement company SLAs to drive resolution times, reduce time to remediate security risks, group assets and security findings, create custom policies and connectors, enhance regulatory compliance, and automate incident management through ticketing integrations, alerts, and notifications.

Paladin Cloud's new SaaS platform has already been adopted by customers in the financial services, technology, and healthcare industries, validating the company's holistic approach to cloud security.


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