SDxCentral reports that capabilities in Laceworks cloud-native application protection platform have been integrated into Chronicle Security Operations, the newly announced cloud security service by Google, resulting in improved threat detection for joint users on multi-cloud environments.
The CNAPP integration introduces anomalous activity detection and runtime alerts powered by Lacework's multi-cloud-focused Polygraph Data platform, speeding up security operations center teams threat investigation and remediation capabilities.
The upgrade providesChronicle Security Operations with anomaly detection capabilities covering the audit logs, cloud control plane, cloud and container instances for Amazon Web Services,Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. Users may also speed up their threat reaction times by creating automation, orchestration and response playbooks via Google Cloud Chronicle SOAR.
Laceworks integration with Chronicle Security Operations enables organizations to detect and address the right threats via contextual insights that matter the most across their diverse environments, said Sunil Potti, vice president and general manager of security at Google Cloud.
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