VMware, a leading innovator in enterprise software, announced new innovations to advance the company’s strategy to make security intrinsic to the digital enterprise.
Intrinsic security makes protecting critical applications and data more automated, proactive and pervasive across the entire distributed enterprise. The announcements, made at RSA Conference 2020, include:
New VMware Advanced Security for Cloud Foundation, which will enable customers to replace legacy security solutions and deliver unified protection across private and public clouds
Advancements to the VMware Carbon Black Cloud, which including automated correlation with the MITRE ATT&CK framework and upcoming prevention coverage for Linux machines
New VMware Secure State auto-remediation capabilities to automate actions across cloud environments and proactively reduce risk
“There has never been a more challenging and exciting time in security,” said Sanjay Poonen, chief operating officer, customer operations, VMware.
“Attacker sophistication, security threats, breaches, and exploits are becoming more prevalent with no end in sight. And with cloud, new applications, pervasive mobility, IoT, and data at the edge, the problem is only getting harder to solve. There must be a new approach to cybersecurity – one that is built-in, unified and context-centric.
“We believe the best strategy and approach is to make security intrinsic, enabling organizations to leverage their infrastructure and its unique capabilities across any app, any cloud and any device to better secure the world’s digital infrastructure – from networks, to endpoints, to workloads, to identities, to clouds.”
“Our members rely on us to deliver best-in-class financial services,” said Mark Fournier, Systems Architect for the U.S. Senate Federal Credit Union.
“VMware has put our team in a position to deliver consistent innovation, evolve our d ..