Sonrai Security, an innovator in public cloud security, today announced that it has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA), a non-profit organization formed to promote the use of best practices for providing security assurance within cloud computing and provide education on the uses of cloud computing to help secure all other forms of computing.
Sonrai Security delivers a security platform focused on identity and data protection inside AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud. Identity and data access complexity are exploding across an organization’s public cloud. This is causing security holes companies don’t even know exist. First-generation security tools simply miss this as witnessed by so many breaches. Sonrai’s multi-cloud security platform finds these holes, helps plug them, and makes sure they won’t reappear.
“Our aim at Sonrai Security is to help our customers deliver security in public clouds far superior to anything possible with traditional data centers,” said Manny Ataebi, VP of Marketing at Sonrai Security. “We do this with a cloud-native platform that monitors AWS, Azure and Google platforms to eliminate identity and data access risk.”
As a member of CSA, Sonrai Security will contribute to the organization’s mission – to promote the use of best practices designed to provide security in the cloud. The company will participate in CSA-driven events, research, contribute thought leadership, and collaborate with the more than 90,000 CSA members to further education and use of cloud technologies.
“As the use of public clouds becomes more ubiquitous, the dual issues of identity and data protection become increasingly important. The insight Sonrai provides into not only how your data has been accessed but the ways in which it can be accessed in the future is invaluable. We’re excited to count them as our newest CSA member and look forward to working together to create a safe and secure cloud ecosystem,” said J.R. Santos, Chief Customer Officer at CSA.