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Cloud-native applications are becoming increasingly popular due to their scalability, availability, and agility. However, these benefits also come with new security challenges that need to be addressed. This is where cloud-native application protection comes into play.

A cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) refers to the practices, technologies, and tools used to secure cloud-native applications throughout their lifecycle. These include access control, identity and access management, encryption, and monitoring.

Access control involves defining and enforcing policies that govern who can access a cloud-native application. Identity and access management involves managing user identities, authentication, authorization, and access to resources. Encryption protects sensitive data in transit and at rest.  Monitoring involves collecting and analyzing data about the application’s performance, usage, and security.

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Cybercriminals rarely use a single attack vector that leads them to their goal. More often, they use an attack path that exploits multiple vulnerabilities. This approach makes finding the root cause o...

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A cloud native application protection platform (CNAPP) replaces and consolidates multiple cloud security platforms into one solution. Providing comprehensive, end-to-end cloud-native security through ...

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The shift left with DevSecOps and modern data security focuses on protecting applications that run on containers, workloads, and microservices, which are foundational to cloud-native development. Clou...

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