Threat Stack

Threat Stack takes a comprehensive approach to intrusion detection by combining continuous security monitoring and risk assessment — protecting companies from external attacks, insider threats, and data loss in real time. Unlike legacy solutions that focus on the perimeter, Threat Stack’s intrusion detection platform goes beyond a single type of infrastructure, point of detection, or threat category — and casts a wide net of detection points across complex infrastructure including cloud, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and containerized environments. This approach enables organizations to operate with an unparalleled level of visibility at the speed and scale of today’s business.
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5 Security Questions Your Saas Business Should be Prepared to Answer in 2018

Read this guide for key GDPR provisions, including general accountability, privacy impact assessments, data privacy and protection by design and by default, and data protection officers.

5 Security & Compliance Issues Your Saas Company Should Be Prepared for in 2018

Check out this quick reference for clarity and actionable advice on the top security and compliance concerns of 2018.

Cloud Infrastructure Security Buyer’s Guide

You’ve been tasked with evaluating cloud security solutions for your organization, but the space is crowded with vendors and services that are hard to navigate. Download this guide to help you make the right selection.

Fast-Tracking Compliance in the Cloud

Your customers and prospects are demanding your organization become compliant so you can do business with them. You know what to do, but how to do it is the challenge. Download this eBook for best practices.

Lean Cloud Security: Your Guide to SecOps Efficiency in the Cloud

Download this eBook to learn how to adopt lean security operations practices by aligning the right people, processes, and tools.

SecOps Playbook

To help address the challenges of bringing together security and operations tools, culture, budget, and talent, this playbook discusses all the practical aspects of implementing SecOps.