The real attention grabber in the AWS press release announcing Amazon GuardDuty is the rapid user adoption from large enterprise customers, including GE, Netflix, FINRA and Autodesk
The cybersecurity market is expanding rapidly — to the tune of $1 trillion in global spending expected over the next five years. That means a lot of new market entrants. While venture capital is pouring into cyber startups, major tech brands are also marching onto the field.
With more than 50 percent of all cyber attacks launching on (often defenseless) small businesses, AWS is equally attractive to organizations that have fewer than 250 employees.
Amazon Web Services is the newest big name in cybersecurity with the debut of its GuardDuty service. While AWS already provides a secure platform and related services to its customers, the new productized offering steps on a lot of toes in a market rife with point players offering similar solutions.
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— Kenneth Holley (@kennethholley) December 4, 2017
Big news! #IBMSecurity and #AWS are partnering to bring you #GuardDuty, a new service that generates security alerts based on event data from across your AWS cloud infrastructure https://t.co/yZEtM95V4e pic.twitter.com/QZTDzjSo63
— IBM Security Support (@AskIBMSecurity) November 30, 2017
— Patrick Olsen (@patrickrolsen) November 29, 2017
#AmazonGuardDuty is great, but it be better if you had actionable intelligence with that data? With Cloud Insight Essentials, you can take the data #GuardDuty gives you , and get an organized list of action items to perform to protect your AWS environment https://t.co/UjqUMA3sAG
— Jonathon Harrelson (@MrJHarrelson) December 4, 2017