continuous security assessment and remediation as a SaaS offering
Providing companies a way to get up and running quickly taking advantage of security assessment and remediation while reducing their upfront security expenses.
Companies that fully embrace the cloud are looking for a cloud-native solution to de-rlsk their cloud migrations. Or, they are continuing to run their on-premise data center but to not want to invest in and deploy software that is non-core to their business. In either case, this solution is continuous security assessment and remediation as a SaaS offering.
Cavirin’s SaaS offering aligns with the OpEx-driven services model that more and more enterprises are embracing as they migrate workloads to the cloud. This is critical for effective budget management. Although there is of course still a place for on-premise deployments and customer-managed deployments within their cloud instances, in many cases they only wish to maintain their core services. Anything else should be consumed on-demand, and as their workloads are created and destroyed, they don’t want to have to do the same for their security tools. The security vendor should provide this as a service, with automatic scaling and avoiding the enterprise having to manually configure the solution.
Cavirin offers security assessment and remediation as SaaS, initially running on AWS but capable of managing workloads across any of the major cloud service providers. It can also assess on-premise servers, an ideal solution for hybrid clouds, and supports container environments as well. It securely connects to your workloads, offering the same capabilities as an on-premise or VPC-based deployment.
Based on a micro-services architecture, Cavirin’s SaaS offering is both secure and scalable. We’ve built a true next-generation cloud-native solution that is an order of magnitude more scalable than the competition, and the platform interfaces to cloud automated security capabilities.
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