TSB Bank taps Lacework to integrate cloud security measures

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Data-driven cloud security company Lacework will work alongside TSB Bank to tap into the latter’s cloud security platform to help secure the bank’s cloud infrastructure.

With an ever-growing digital business, TSB stated the need for a unified cloud security platform that can scale across its multi-cloud landscape, providing security and development teams with a correlated, prioritised and end-to-end security view. 

Lacework enables TSB to continue to securely scale its cloud adoption at pace and avoid the constraints on innovation caused by legacy solutions. 

“The Lacework Polygraph data platform will help to transform the way our security teams operate,” said Paul Branley, Chief Information Security Officer of TSB. 

“We’re really excited to take a data-driven approach to secure our cloud environment enabling our developers to focus on value-added work and dramatically reduce our security alerts with Lacework’s anomaly, unsupervised machine learning approach.”

The platform also gives the TSB security team increased ability to identify and eliminate vulnerabilities across multi-cloud configuration, infrastructure-as-code (IaC) and other containers, applications, and their dependencies.

“Like many security professionals I started my career at a bank, so partnering with such an iconic bank as TSB to support their work building sustainable cloud security at pace and scale is a privilege,” added Andreas Schneider, Field-CISO, Lacework. 

“Partnering with Lacework, TSB will be able to reduce complexity in their tools landscape and our anomaly detection will allow them to embed security at any speed and scale.”

The TSB security team will also integrate continuous posture and compliance assessments from the Lacework platform to fully automate audit and compliance processes.