Noname Security announces partnership with Wiz to help customers improve their security by providing complete visibility, context and control of the infrastructure hosting critical and highly sensitive APIs to minimize and remediate risk.
Noname Security collects and processes findings from Wiz and displays them on the Noname platform to provide customers with the most comprehensive view of an organization’s APIs. Together, Noname Security and Wiz enable complete visibility, context, and control of infrastructure hosting mission-critical and highly sensitive APIs to minimize and remediate risk.
“Wiz is a clear leader in cloud security and is the fastest-growing software company ever due to the company’s success in protecting and servicing hundreds of the world’s leading organizations. We’re proud to partner with their team to provide customers with visibility and intelligence across their API ecosystem to find, build, and maintain secure APIs throughout the entire lifecycle.”
said Aner Morag, Vice President of Technology of Noname Security.
With this partnership, customers of Wiz and Noname Security will be able to:
Proactively Improve Security Posture:
– See the full picture – Easily discover mission-critical infrastructure and APIs.
– Increase situational awareness – Gain complete visibility into API and infrastructure interactions.
– Identify toxic combinations of real risk and attack paths – Customers using Wiz and Noname gain more context about their APIs and the infrastructure components they interact with.
– Turn insights into action – Custom workflows from Noname let you take infrastructure insights from Wiz and fix issues before they’re exploited.
Find and Fix Breaches Faster:
– Rapid integration – Easily connect with Wiz to see even more context.
– Prioritize risks – Accurately prioritize risk to stop data exfiltration.
– Deeper investigation – Analyze attacker behavior, identify attack paths, and focus remediation efforts.
– Take action immediately, automatically – Integrations to the rest of your infrastructure for automatic remediation, including updating WAF policies, creating tickets, and flagging issues for additional investigation.
– Monitor APIs – Stay compliant with industry standards, data privacy laws, and other requirements, including PCI-DSS, GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, and more.
– Identify sensitive data with data classification – Understand which APIs handle sensitive data and which infrastructure components they connect with.
– Data Residency – Keep sensitive data in-country with data residency monitoring
– Policy Enforcement – Create custom policies to ensure continuous compliance with changing rules, regulations, and requirements.