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Wednesday, 15 June 2022 11:39

Aqua Security offers SaaS from Singapore


Security vendor Aqua Security's cloud native security SaaS is now generally available from Singapore to serve the APAC region.

Aqua says the service provides data sovereignty, platform security and flexibility, and prevents cloud native attacks before they happen.

According to the company, operating the SaaS product from Singapore means customers in government, banking, financial services as well as other regulated sectors use the comprehensive cloud native security, compliance and risk management service in-region to addresses their data sovereignty and governance requirements.

This builds on Aqua's existing services, CyberCenter threat intelligence and vulnerability information database for scanning, and Dynamic Threat Analysis.

Its APAC SaaS region now offers the full enterprise suite, including software supply chain security and shift-left risk-centric vulnerability management, security issue categorisation and runtime protection, officials said.

"We have a number of existing public sector customers in Singapore, and we are committed to meeting our customer needs and requirements," said Aqua APJ AVP Rob D'Amico.

"We're seeing a surging interest from customers for an integrated and unified platform that protects the full cloud native application lifecycle from code to runtime. Eliminating multiple point solutions drives down operational cost and complexity."

A free trial of the Aqua Enterprise SaaS platform is available.

In related news, Aqua is expanding its partnerships with technology alliance leaders in the region.

"We have strong partnerships in region, and it allows our local customers to leverage our joint investments," said Aqua APJ head of alliances Luke Bennett. "It's about providing customers flexibility – both on data processing location and on integration preference across many cloud and technical partners. We are committed to integrate and process data securely, regardless of location, for workloads running in public clouds, on-premise data centres and hybrid architectures.

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