Ayla Networks Engages Threat Stack for IoT Platform Security and Compliance


Ayla Networks, a major IoT platform developer, is taking security seriously, much to the benefit of its partners, users and the IoT industry in general. To that end, it has engaged Threat Stack, a cloud-native security and compliance management firm, to provide its Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform (CSP) in order to ensure the security and compliance of Ayla’s platform within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment.

Threat Stack CSP will enable Ayla to accelerate the development, support and ongoing enhancements of its IoT platform, without sacrificing efficiency or safety, the company said.

“We enable manufacturers to build connected products using Ayla, and our customers trust us to safely and securely manage those intelligent systems,” said Adrian Caceres, CTO and co-founder, Ayla Networks. “Threat Stack provides us with one centralized interface to control, view and act upon security alerts, giving us more visibility to scale with confidence. Its integrated approach to compliance and threat management is critical to helping us serve our customers in the U.S. and Europe.”

Threat Stack CSP’s single dashboard view provides integrated workload insights, infrastructure monitoring, vulnerability management, threat intelligence and compliance reporting to make important security data accessible and easy to correlate. Its cloud-native architecture automatically scales up or down with the capacity of customers’ infrastructures to ensure continuous visibility across all kinds of dynamic environments, including on-premise, private cloud, public cloud and hybrid environments.

“A security-conscious company like Ayla Networks understands that keeping its sensitive data protected is central to its overall business, and its customers’ businesses,” said Brian M. Ahern, chairman and CEO, Threat Stack. “Achieving security visibility across connected devices is not easy, and we’re proud to enable Ayla to maintain a deep level of continuous security monitoring and detection for its IoT products, providing Ayla customers with the peace of mind that their important data is secure and compliant.” 

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