Publisher’s Spotlight: Normalyze: Data Security for Everything You Build and Run in The Cloud
Gary MiliefskyGary Miliefsky

Publisher’s Spotlight: Normalyze: Data Security for Everything You Build and Run in The Cloud

Normalyze is a pioneering provider of data-first cloud security solutions that help global enterprises secure their data wherever it is stored and prevent data breaches. The Normalyze platform uses patented, AI-driven technology to continuously discover sensitive data, resources, and access paths across all cloud and on-premises environments, detecting security and privacy risks for data at rest and in motion. Normalyze provides customers with real-time visibility and control into their data security posture, including access, configurations, and sensitive data, so they can secure it rapidly and at scale.

Publisher’s Spotlight: Normalyze: Data Security for Everything You Build and Run in The Cloud

According to Gartner, Inc.’s Innovation Insight: Data Security Posture Management Report

By focusing on the most critical data first and prioritizing the most pressing risks by dollar value of data impacted, Normalyze helps security teams cut through the clutter of alerts, protect the most sensitive data first, and rapidly improve their organization’s data security posture. Since emerging from stealth in 2022, Normalyze has raised over $26M in funding and serves customers including Corelight, Chargepoint, Fairfield, Netskope, Orkes, Sigma Computing, Ginkgo Bio, and others.

Publisher’s Spotlight: Normalyze: Data Security for Everything You Build and Run in The Cloud

“Legacy data security tools have been built and optimized for a single surface area where data resides and do not scale for all the different surfaces and platforms where enterprise data today resides including IaaS, PaaS, SaaS and on-prem,” said Amer Deeba, CEO and co-founder of Normalyze. “Organizations with sophisticated hybrid environment frameworks struggle to get an end-to-end picture of the risks across all data stores. Now they can, with Normalyze in one platform that supports data everywhere and provides security teams a comprehensive dashboard for data across the board – for both structured and unstructured – using patented, privacy-friendly data scanners with quick onboarding and highest degrees of accuracy.”

“In the face of expanding hybrid infrastructures and escalating regulatory requirements, achieving comprehensive visibility into our on-premises and cloud data posed a significant challenge for our security and compliance teams,” said Damian Werts, Principal Security Engineer at Ginkgo Bioworks. “With the integration of Normalyze’s hybrid cloud capabilities, we have the ability to evaluate our complete data landscape, wherever it resides. Normalyze has allowed us to prioritize effectively, targeting risks that carry the greatest potential business impact.”

Normalyze is a pioneering provider of cloud data security solutions helping customers secure their data, applications, identities, and infrastructure across public clouds. With Normalyze, organizations can discover and visualize their cloud data attack surface within minutes and get real-time visibility and control into their security posture, including access, configurations, and sensitive data to secure cloud infrastructures at scale. The Normalyze patented and agentless scanning platform continuously discovers resources, sensitive data and access paths across all cloud environments. The company was founded by industry veterans Ravi Ithal and Amer Deeba and has several customers, including ChargePoint, Corelight, Fairfield, Ginkgo Bio, Netskope, Sigma Computing and others. The company is funded by Lightspeed Venture Partners and Battery Ventures.

For more information, please visit normalyze.ai

About the Publisher

Gary Miliefsky, Publisher & AuthorGary Miliefsky, Publisher & AuthorGary Miliefsky is an internationally recognized cybersecurity expert, bestselling author and keynote speaker. He is a Founding Member of the US Department of Homeland Security, served on the National Information Security Group and served on the OVAL advisory board of MITRE responsible for the CVE Program. He founded and is the Publisher of Cyber Defense Magazine since 2012. Visit Gary online at: https://www.cyberdefensemagazine.com/

August 31, 2023

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