Cloud Native Protection for Public Cloud Infrastructure

Protect Public Cloud Infrastructure Against Threats in the Cloud

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Keep Your Cloud Infrastructure Safe and Secure

Migrating workloads to the public cloud creates new threat surfaces which can be exploited by attackers and lead to theft of your customers' data. 

Radware provides comprehensive protection for applications hosted on AWS and Azure with multi-layer defenses which secure the cloud environment against identity and access abuse, protect against malicious user behavior, and secure the overall security posture of the public cloud environment.

Multi-Layered Protection for Public Cloud Infrastructure

Radware's Cloud Native Protector provides multi-layered protection for application infrastructure and workloads hosted in public cloud environments, to prevent accidental exposure, misconfigurations, and malicious activity in the cloud environment.

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Cloud Native Protector Secures Your Cloud Infrastructure

Key Capabilities of Radware's Cloud Native Protector

Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM)

1-click compliance reporting and detection of cloud misconfigurations and public exposure

Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM)

Detection and elimination of excessive permissions in the cloud environment

Cloud Threat Detection and Response

Continuously monitors the cloud environment for suspicious behavior and automatically blocks malicious activity

Cross-Cloud Visibility and Support

A centralized management console with risk-based prioritization of alerts

 

Smart Permission Hardening with Cloud Native Protector

Learn how Radware's Cloud Native Protector provides comprehensive cloud protection by detecting gaps between used and granted permissions and providing smart hardening recommendations to help reduce attack surfaces, detect malicious behavior, and alert of data theft attempts.

Radware’s Cloud Native Protector has helped Perion to identify threats in real time without the noise of false alerts. It has been excellent in exposing misconfigurations and potential risks and thus very helpful in both detection and prevention.”

Roni Savir
Sr. Director of Cloud Operations,
Perion

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Moving to the Public Cloud Brings New Threats

Moving computing infrastructure to a public cloud means taking what used to live on the inside of your network and putting it on the outside in the cloud. This creates a larger vulnerable attack surface, and external threats that could previously be contained, are now able to strike directly at the heart of an organization’s infrastructure. Read more on how you can protect your public cloud environment:

Guide

How to Ensure Data Privacy in Public Clouds

Cloud workloads are vulnerable to data breaches, account compromises, and resource exploitation. See how one company suffered an AWS data breach and how it could have been avoided.

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White Paper

Excessive Permissions Are Your No. 1 Cloud Threat

This white paper explores the security threat that excessive permissions in public cloud environments pose and how to properly mitigate them.

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Webinar

Hack With Me: Anatomy of a Data Breach

This webinar takes an in-depth look at two cloud-native data breaches, how they could have been averted, and what lessons were learned.

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Guide

The Anatomy of a Cloud-Native Data Breach

Learn more about migrating computing resources to cloud environments, how this introduces new attack surfaces different from premise-based data centers, and more.

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