Cloud-native applications and infrastructure give your organization a competitive advantage by driving innovation and speed-to-market. But with development often outpacing security expertise, there are increased risks of unintentionally exposing business-critical data.
Too many silos
Too many tools create silos
With new security challenges at every application development stage, a collection of siloed, disconnected, and complex tools have emerged to address risks. While some solutions are built for security and some for developers, only a few are designed to meet the needs of both.
Writing secure code is always the intention, but pressure to ship software quickly may cause unintended risks. Security during a build can be challenging for both teams. If the security team discovers a runtime vulnerability, addressing it often causes friction.
Traditional security controls don’t align with the delivery model of cloud-native applications. Cloud-native application teams choose their infrastructure and technology platforms to allow them to define everything as code. Security tools can’t always keep up
Trend Cloud One™ enables your team to meet the needs of security and development alike. Close security gaps using a tool that fits your environment with cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) capabilities while enabling visibility to manage risk and governance.
Consolidate native tools
Tools must enable more efficient outcomes with centralized visibility to understand your security posture and identify risks. Seeing resources and risks with application context and actionable remediation helps teams prioritize actions.
Cloud security must fit effortlessly within your team’s existing toolset and processes to avoid impacting development or runtime. CNAPP capabilities should integrate and automate with your toolset, pipeline, issues management, and APIs for quicker detection and fewer false positives.
Security should be defined as code just like the rest of a cloud-native application. Delivery of security code, policy, response, and visibility can all be controlled through APIs in the same way developers deliver functionality for the applications they build.