Bridgecrew Achieves AWS DevOps Competency Status
September 28, 2020

Bridgecrew has achieved AWS Security Competency status and AWS DevOps Competency status.

Reaching these milestones demonstrates Bridgecrew's product capabilities and deep AWS expertise.

The Bridgecrew platform provides end-to-end security coverage for AWS customers by finding, fixing, and preventing misconfigurations in cloud resources and infrastructure code. By automating cloud security, embedding it earlier in the development lifecycle, and delivering it as code, Bridgecrew enables teams to spend less time securing their infrastructure and more time scaling it.

Bridgecrew co-founder and CEO Idan Tendler said: "AWS has paved the way for innovation in the cloud, and it's our mission to leverage that same mindset to help engineering and security teams transform how they approach infrastructure security."

In addition to announcing its new AWS Competency statuses, Bridgecrew is also now available in AWS Marketplace.

With AWS Marketplace availability, AWS customers can now seamlessly connect with Bridgecrew to start addressing cloud misconfigurations across their infrastructure. With its touchpoints throughout the cloud development lifecycle, Bridgecrew enables its customers to stay secure while keeping pace with the scalability and flexibility of AWS services.

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