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NetApp Launches Spot Security Solution to Market

Data software company NetApp has announced the general availability of Spot Security designed to provide a solution for continuous cloud security posture assessment and analysis.

According to NetApp, Spot Security makes it easy for DevOps and SecOps teams to collaborate to identify misconfigurations, reduce their potential attack surface, and ensure compliance, and organizations can now enjoy:

360° visibility: With a clear view of security posture and attack surfaces, network analysis, asset inventory, and cloud user behavior from the same console via graphical visualization of risk maps and service maps.

Priority in-depth analyses: Identify new risks, abnormal behaviors, or new cloud resources in an instant with continuous monitoring and analysis, ultimately providing clear goals for DevOps teams to focus on and direct real issues, removing false positives and integrating security into cloud operations.

Automated detection and correction: Detect misconfigurations and anomalies to effectively support remediation of security and compliance risks across the entire multicloud infrastructure.

Compliance: Support compliance with industry security standards and regulatory mandates, enabling businesses to stay compliant.

“DevOps engineers are constantly asked to provide solutions to a wide range of challenges that can impact their business efficiency and operations,” said Azzedine Benameur, Spot Security Manager for Spot by NetApp.

“Spot Security provides DevOps and SecOps with a solution that addresses the critical requirement to keep their dynamic cloud environment secure, further innovating the Spot by NetApp CloudOps suite of solutions that automates and optimizes cloud operations.”


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