Lightspin’s technology, developed by former ethical hackers, “uses graph-based tools and algorithms to provide rapid, in-depth visualization of the cloud stack, analyze potential attack paths, and detect the root causes – the most critical vulnerabilities that attackers can exploit,” according to the company. By utilizing a prospective attacker’s approach, Lightspin is able to create a detailed map of all possible threats that is continuously updated, providing cloud security teams with a contextual and live view of security status of different components of the cloud at any given moment. “An increasing reliance on cloud computing is inevitably leading to an expanding threat landscape. Having worked with CISOs and cloud owners from numerous global companies, we know that existing solutions do not address the full scope of security challenges,” Vladi Sandler, CEO and Co-Founder at Lightspin said.”Based on our experience in attacking cloud infrastructure, we understand how attackers think, which is our superpower,” he added. Lightspin’s solution is already in use at multiple Fortune 500 companies, and 20 pilots are currently running at global organizations, a press release mentioned.