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AWS re:Invent 2019: News, integrations, and more

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AWS re:Invent is underway in Las Vegas, and the Barracuda team has been enjoying a busy and eventful week. The show kicked off Monday, December 2 and runs through Friday, December 6, bringing together a crowd of nearly 50,000 customers, partners, and vendors for keynotes, breakout sessions, bootcamps, hands-on labs, certifications, networking and more.

You can catch up with the Barracuda team at booth #3433 in the Expo at the Venetian. The Expo hall is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday and from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday, so if you’re at AWS re:Invent be sure to stop by to connect with the Barracuda team, see what’s new, and get a demonstration of our most recent innovations. If you’d like to reserve your spot, send us an email, and we you can schedule a meeting with our team.  

Amazon Detective integration

Integration news

While you’re at the Barracuda booth, be sure to ask the team about our recently announced Barracuda Cloud Security Guardian integration with Amazon Detective and check out a demo to see how it can help you.

Amazon Detective is designed to automatically collect log data from customers’ AWS resources and uses machine learning, statistical analysis, and graph theory to help users visualize and conduct faster and more efficient security investigations.

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With the Amazon Detective integration, Barracuda customers can get further insight into threats or violations that are exposed by Cloud Security Guardian. For example, if Cloud Security Guardian detects a policy violation in a specific region, the customer can drill down into Amazon Detective and investigate:

  • Was there a breach due to the violation? If so, what was the extent of the breach?
  • Was there lateral impact due to the violation? If so, what account or Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances were infected?
  • Were there any API calls made by a role? From which IP address were their API calls originating?

For more information, check out the full list of sessions here, and check out the conference site here.

To learn more about Barracuda solutions, visit our website here.

We look forward to getting a chance to connect with you at AWS re:Invent, so be sure to stop by booth #3433 and say hello!

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