GitLab is releasing 13.0 of its DevSecOps platform to enable organizations to efficiently adapt and respond to new and dynamic business challenges.
Dan Hubbard, CEO of Lacework, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.
A pioneering force in Internet security, Hubbard’s expertise spans from reputation and advanced classification systems, to large-scale security data mining and cloud security. Well-known as a thought leader in existing and emerging security, Hubbard previously served a CPO and now serves as CEO at Lacework. Prior to Lacework, Hubbard was CTO at OpenDNS, where he helped deliver the world’s largest cloud security network that led to the company’s $635 million acquisition by Cisco. Before OpenDNS, Hubbard was CTO at Websense, where he led R&D, launched Websense Security Labs and was instrumental in the company’s success from early days through successful IPO. Hubbard owns several patents in the areas of data classification and cloud security and is a frequent speaker at security conferences globally.
Lacework delivers a complete cloud security platform for the entire IT infrastructure, from DevOps and orchestration environments to cloud and hybrid workloads. Unlike conventional security tools built for static datacenters, Lacework is designed to self-adapt to the cloud’s ever-changing configurations to provide visibility and intrusion detection that helps enterprises keep their data and resources safe. Based in Mountain View, California, Lacework is a privately held company funded by Sutter Hill Ventures, Liberty Global Ventures, Spike Ventures, the Webb Investment Network (WIN), and AME Cloud Ventures.