In today’s world of organizations racing to cloud the dynamic nature of those environments and the sprawl of techt, there is an urgent trend that has surfaced…we need to have stronger and more automated security in cloud-based environments to keep that data safe.

There is enterprise data security on-premises and cloud security for infrastructure, but nothing that secures data for everything you build and run in the cloud. Developers and data scientists are freely and rapidly capturing, copying, and manipulating sensitive data in public cloud environments, which has resulted in security and data teams losing visibility and control over data in the cloud.

Where do we turn to find solutions to help? Thankfully live events are back, as they have been sorely missed, and AWS re:Inforce is right around the corner. This AWS event is a perfect melting pot for learning and networking, and is focused for professionals interested in cloud security, compliance, identity, or privacy. Amazing – an event where you can learn how to reinforce your cloud data security!

Whether or not you are headed to AWS re:Inforce…don’t you want to learn about four surefire ways to reinforce your cloud data security? I mean, then at least you can tune in at the event to learn more about where it’s coming from.

Embed Data Security Into Your Cloud Architecture

With organizations in a race to the cloud to maintain their competitive advantage, challenges in cloud-native and multi-cloud environments are popping up just as fast. By building data security into your cloud architecture you can easily optimize for security. Data will stay safe in your cloud with only metadata sent out.

Discover and Secure Shadow Data

Increasing democratization of data in the cloud is creating one of the largest risk areas, and “Shadow Data” (abandoned, orphaned, and otherwise lost data stored in the cloud) is a primetime example. Discovering and securing this shadow data autonomously is going to give you the advantage you need to gain complete observability so that you can remediate and secure your data across clouds.

Enforce Your Sensitive Data Security Posture

Data Governance teams, tired of chasing people to find out what’s going on? With automated verification of data security posture and guided remediation you can overcome your data governance challenges for everything you build and run in the cloud.

Efficiently Ensure Compliance

Ensuring compliance efficiently can be done by leveraging automated discovery and control. A Data Security Posture Management (DSPM) Platform that enforces best data security practices and data policy, guides remediation, and reduces data attack surfaces is definitely the way to go.

Do you need help understanding DSPM? Look no further! Our comprehensive ‘What is DSPM guide‘ covers everything you need to know about this essential data security approach.

In closing, the Laminar team is headed to AWS re:Inforce to learn, network, and meet with folks like you. If you are interested in learning more about how you can improve your cloud data security posture, then book your executive briefing today.

Meet us here

Laminar Exec Briefing Suite
Tue, July 26–Wed, July 27
Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
415 Summer St., Boston, MA 02210 (map)
Save your spot today!

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Karen Sung

Sr Director of Field & Channel Marketing

Karen is Sr. Director of Field and Channel Marketing at Laminar. In her role, Karen develops and executes innovative demand generation, customer, and partner marketing strategies to support our team in the field and our go-to-market partners.

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