Concourse Labs has announced that it has joined the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). Concourse Labs automates cloud governance, protecting enterprise data, controlling risk, and accelerating success in the cloud. The company recently emerged from stealth mode, announcing $15.2 million in Series A funding.
Help for moving at cloud speed securely
Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) is an organization dedicated to defining and raising awareness of best practices to help ensure a secure cloud computing environment. As a part of CSA, Concourse Labs will educate and help enterprise organizations govern and capitalize on the cloud investments they have made in their digital transformation journeys.
Don Duet, CEO and co-founder of Concourse Labs said,
“Concourse Labs has created a powerful new governance paradigm to make cloud safer for enterprises and their data. Our mission is to enable enterprises to move at cloud speed securely, and we are pleased to be joining CSA’s coalition of industry thought-leaders. Our unique approach allows customers to define and manage policies incorporating CSA best practices to identify and correct cloud risks before they are exploited. Concourse lets developers innovate rapidly with the confidence their code is secure, and monitors enterprise clouds continuously to identify and manage risks.”
“CSA relies on innovators such as Concourse Labs to uphold the organization’s mission of delivering security best practices for next-generation IT. Led by a team that has extensive experience with moving complex enterprises to cloud, Concourse Lab’s unique solution addresses cloud security governance at scale, and we’re excited to name them as our newest member,” according to Jim Reavis, co-founder and CEO, Cloud Security Alliance.
Concourse is also planning to launch a joint solution later this year. With this new offering, the company will give customers an easy, more accessible on-ramp to effective cloud governance.