Normalyze, a data-first cloud security platform, today announced General Availability for its Freemium offering, a self-serve, free platform that democratizes data discovery and classification in all three public clouds, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The company made the announcement today at Black Hat USA 2022in Las Vegas, NV, where they are exhibiting at Booth #IC13.
DevSecOps and security engineers today don’t have access to a comprehensive offering focused on data security in cloud environments. As a result, it’s costly and overly complicated to prioritize cloud threats and determine attack paths. Normalyze Freemium is 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.
Normalyze’s Freemium offering has unparalleled ease-of-use and accuracy, enabling users to connect it to any cloud account within minutes to access:
- Full data discovery with graph-based analysis that includes all assets, data stores, resources, identities and accesses through a daily snapshot of the cloud environment.
- A comprehensive visual User Interface (UI) that offers up to 30 days of historical tracking.
- A dashboard that outlines all detected risks per datastore.
- Support for all structured and unstructured data stores across the 3 clouds.
- Automation workflows to drive remediation with DevOps.
- Easily upgrade for a full trial to access advanced capabilities such as sensitive data classification, vulnerability scanning, APIs and more.
“Normalyze helped us get full visibility in our cloud environment and was simple to use out-of-the-box,” said Boney Sekh, Cofounder and CTO at Orkes. “We were able to on-board all our cloud accounts with a few simple clicks and get the insights we need to protect our cloud resources and any sensitive data connected within 45 minutes of sign-up.”
“Securing cloud data is like the wild, wild west and security engineers are spending way too much of their time and energy trying to harness it,” said Amer Deeba, Cofounder and CEO at Normalyze. “It was important to us to offer a free offering with a low barrier to entry for the DevSecOps community. Freemium is the first step to get users started with the visibility they need to continuously discover data and secure it.”