Laminar Named AWS Security Competency Partner

Laminar, an agile data security platform, has achieved two milestones in its relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

First, Laminar announced it has become the “first pure-play DSPM” to be named an AWS Security Competency Partner in the category of data protection. In addition, Laminar’s DSPM solution received the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) Ready Product designation.

To gain admission to both programs, which are administered by different teams of AWS solution architects, Laminar responded to a battery of questions about its product and underlying technology, submitted several customer case studies for review, and passed a rigorous technical validation audit.

The AWS Competency Program validates and promotes AWS partners that demonstrate technical expertise and proven customer success in specialized areas, including various security use cases. Last year, the company introduced a new category within the security competency, data protection, at its AWS re:Inforce event, and Laminar now has earned this distinction.

Laminar provides organizations with the visibility and control they need to achieve security, privacy and governance in the cloud. Laminar’s cloud-native DSPM enables autonomous and continuous discovery of data in AWS data stores and also provides ongoing classification, protection, and monitoring. That’s a message that’s resonating with the market.

Laminar’s architecture on Amazon RDS is asynchronous, meaning it does not impact performance and is secure, in that it does not remove customer data from their own AWS environment. It also saves costs, as the proliferation of Amazon RDS data can be extensive, and the Laminar platform often finds outdated or redundant cloud data that can be deleted, decreasing Amazon RDS costs.

A complete list of AWS Security Competency Partners is provided here. Amazon RDS partners may be found here.

Learn more about how data security teams can use Laminar for autonomous and continuous data discovery, classification, and protection across multi-cloud architectures at: