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Lacework Expands "Accelerate" Partner Program for Cloud Generation of Technology and Services Partners Building Secure Software Businesses

Lacework, the security platform for the cloud generation, today announced expansion of its global Technology and Solutions partner program-Lacework Accelerate-to bring cloud-first security to teams building on Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Lacework's ecosystem partners enable DevOps teams to infuse security best practices throughout the application lifecycle with the tooling they already rely on. Lacework Solutions Partners are able to quickly deploy security and compliance for customers while focusing on project delivery, quality, and process improvement.

"The Lacework Accelerate program consists of a vibrant partner ecosystem and is developing meaningful relationships and technical integrations that result in real advantages for our customers. Our focus is on creating tangible value through the partnerships we establish as we enter our next phase of growth," said Radina Mihaleva, VP of Business Development, Lacework.

To keep up with cloud innovation, security must shift from reactive monitoring to proactive security observability and context at scale. The Lacework PolygraphTM maps the relationships between cloud changes, bringing security context to cloud activity, cloud configuration compliance, vulnerability discovery, host workload, container, and Kubernetes security. As a result, Lacework customers avoid complex setup and maintenance tasks and save between 5 and 30 hours a week while consolidating point products and accelerating feedback loops with precise telemetry and APIs for DevSecOps collaboration.

Lacework Accelerate has already seen tremendous growth in its first year, establishing and scaling over 30 technology integrations and channel partnerships.

Solutions Partners Deliver Trust and Time-to-Market to Digital Businesses Scaling in the Cloud

Lacework Accelerate helps Solutions Partners, including MSSPs, VARs, SIs, and OEMs, build successful, profitable cloud security practices that exceed security and compliance requirements while making the transition to the cloud secure and cost-effective. In addition, partners gain access to technical, marketing, and go-to-market support.

"Lacework is the only security platform that was truly built cloud-first, from the ground up," said Brad Woodward, Principal Security Architect at Observian, a Lacework MSSP partner. "They help us build trust and reduce costs associated with cloud security for our customers, as well as open new revenue streams for our business."

Technology Partners Infuse Security Throughout the Application Lifecycle and DevOps Workflows

To support DevOps teams tasked with securing the complete lifecycle of cloud workloads, Lacework supports a rich ecosystem of Technology Partners. These integrations span a wide range of CI/CD platforms (Gitlab, CircleCi, and Jenkins), infrastructure-as-code automation tools (Terraform), incident response (PagerDuty), performance monitoring (DataDog, New Relic), and data analytics (Snowflake), among others.

"Integrating New Relic with Lacework means you can harness the power of observability plus behaviors for deep insights into your cloud security posture. This unique combination helps to reduce MTTD and MTTR," said Raj Ramanujam, VP of Alliances and Channels at New Relic.

Lacework is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner, holds AWS Competency status for Security and is available on the AWS Marketplace. In addition, Lacework secures workloads across Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure, and is a member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).

Published Thursday, October 22, 2020 1:54 PM by David Marshall
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