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SYDNEY, Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Lacework, the data-driven security platform for the cloud, today announced a global business expansion into Australia and New Zealand. Led by newly-appointed ANZ General Manager and industry veteran Graham Pearson, the local team has grown to 23 people since June and quickly signed several foundational customers.

Lacework's security and compliance offerings aim to serve the needs of developers building solutions in the cloud as well as security teams. Lacework is built to help organisations overcome the challenges of increasing data volumes, and replaces fragmented security solutions with a best-of-breed, easy-to-use platform. With ANZ currently facing a significant digital skills gap, automated security solutions are perfectly positioned to support overstretched IT and security teams.

"Lacework has changed the game when it comes to security. What sets our platform apart is the thesis that security is, at its heart, a data problem," said Pearson. "By focusing first on what is normal rather than establishing rules, our customers can consolidate many bespoke tools into fewer alerts, simplify management and automate security policy. It is easier, smarter, comes with zero implementation cost, and requires minimal people to run it. It's a CISO's best friend."

Launched in 2015, Lacework enables organisations to both see and understand cloud changes at scale, without requiring manual interventions or rule writing. As the cloud continues to grow in terms of complexity and capabilities, it also creates new opportunities for attackers. Lacework's cloud security platform - anchored by Polygraph®, a proprietary learning algorithm - solves data problems in a way uniquely suited for cloud environments.

As part of Lacework's expansion into Australia and New Zealand, Pearson -- who has led in-region development for AT&T® Cybersecurity and Okta® -- will helm the ANZ team as Vice President and General Manager. He is joined by a group of well-regarded industry leaders.

This expansion follows nine straight quarters of sequential revenue growth for Lacework, including the company's best quarter to date in Q2 of this year. Lacework also raised $525 million in funding from Sutter Hill Ventures and other top tier investors in January.

Lacework plans to hire additional staff in 2022, and the ANZ team will serve as a launchpad for further growth across Asia-Pacific over the next 12-18 months.

"We have hired a strong local team and hope to continue to attract the best IT talent in our region to support our growth plans," Pearson said.

The ANZ Lacework team will be working across four go-to-market streams - direct business, Reseller, MSSP (managed security service) and Partners, including Google®, AWS®, Azure®, Katana1 and CTRL Group.

"Cloud customers are laser focused on what they do. They expect the same from us," said Ross Ogilvie, Director, Katana1. "Katana1's focus is data. Lacework shifts our data security practice into a new dimension. Lacework to security is what HyperLoop will be to trains. Better. Faster. Efficient."

About Lacework

Lacework is the data-driven security platform for the cloud. The Lacework Cloud Security Platform, powered by Polygraph, automates cloud security at scale so our customers can innovate with speed and safety. Only Lacework can collect, analyze, and accurately correlate data across an organization's AWS, Azure, GCP, and Kubernetes environments, and narrow it down to the handful of security events that matter. Customers all over the globe depend on Lacework to drive revenue, bring products to market faster and safer and consolidate point security solutions into a single platform. Founded in 2015 and headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices all over the world, Lacework is backed by leading investors like Sutter Hill Ventures, Altimeter Capital, Liberty Global Ventures, and Snowflake Ventures, among others. Get started at www.lacework.com.

Lacework® and Polygraph® are registered trademarks of Lacework, Inc. All other trademarks or names referenced in this document are the property of their respective owners.

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