Wiz integration

Visualize your multi and hybrid cloud network and risk in a cybersecurity mesh architecture

Wiz is a fast-growing cloud security innovator that helps companies secure their cloud infrastructure at scale. Founded by the same team that founded Adallom and led Microsoft’s Cloud Security Group, Wiz provides security teams with the simplicity, visibility and risk insights they need to stay one step ahead of their business. Based in Palo Alto, Calif. And Tel Aviv, Israel, Wiz is backed by Sequoia Capital, Index Ventures, Insight Partners and Cyberstarts. For more information, visit www.wiz.io.

Supported integrations

  • Wiz.io
  • Wiz Essential
  • Wiz Advanced

appNovi integrates with Wiz to aggregate Wiz monitored infrastructure with other asset inventory sources. When contextually converged with other data sources, joint customers easily identify and map out the attack surface and identify gaps in security agents for integrated remediation outcomes through existing ITSM and SOAR solutions.

Wiz’s vulnerability and security event data are ingested by appNovi deliver comprehensive attack surface management. Joint customers understand the blast radius of an attack and can ensure an effective response by converging Wiz security data with their other security tools’ output to duplicate CVEs, understand exposure of assets, and attack path mapping across hybrid networks.

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