A cloud-native security provider announced Wednesday that it has added heat-mapping capabilities to its Amazon Web Service (AWS) flagship product. The new tier of service for ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360 uses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to give security teams a visual means for identifying, investigating, and mitigating hotspots of malicious activity in their cloud environments without interfering with developer activity.

“We’re able to passively analyze network traffic data within a virtual private cloud and provide broad visibility and core detection capabilities across all AWS environments,” Bryan Lares, vice president of product management at ExtraHop, tells CSO.

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