Digital businesses rely on applications, and these apps need to be able to be deployed quickly and at scale to meet increasing market needs. However, while cloud-native apps meet these needs and have become increasingly widely used, they use secrets and other non-human credentials that are critical to secure. Security teams need comprehensive tools to secure all the credentials used by the various application types. To get high levels of developer adoption, security teams must use tools that meet developers where they are—for example, integrating with the existing cloud security tools they already use, such as AWS Secrets Manager. CyberArk Secrets Hub helps provide security teams with visibility, control and management of all secrets and enables developers to continue to leverage AWS Secrets Manager without changes in workflow.
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