Raaz Herzberg

Wiz is the #1 Cloud Security Company on the 2023 Forbes Cloud 100

Wiz is the #1 cloud security company on the list and one of the biggest movers from last year, alongside OpenAI. What an honor!

Wiz Receives 2023 Global Cloud Security Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award

Frost & Sullivan applauds Wiz for its innovation and impact in the cloud security industry.

Why data security capabilities should be integrated with CNAPP

To get ahead of data exposure in the cloud, CNAPPs need to understand data risks at scale.

BingBang: How a simple developer mistake could have led to Bing.com takeover

How a misconfiguration in a Microsoft Bing.com application allowed Wiz Research to modify Bing’s search results – and potentially compromise the private data of millions of Bing users

Everything you ❤ about Wiz, now deployed in a new Canadian data center

Wiz launches a new Canadian data center and adds support for CSE Information Technology Security Guidance (ITSG) 33 framework helping organizations simplify cloud security and compliance.

Adapt to endure: navigating the current economic environment

Learn how CISOs are preparing for what’s ahead by embracing consolidation and continuing to invest in security.

Wiz launches Australia cloud data center further demonstrating commitment to ANZ and multinational organizations

Wiz announces availability of new regional data center and adds support for Essential Eight controls.

New Year’s Resolutions: Where CISOs plan to invest and scale back in 2023

Hear from security leaders about their plans, strategies, and priorities for the new year.

Navigating the road ahead for CISOs following the Uber verdict

Hear from industry experts to understand the challenges ahead and best practices CISOs can follow to avoid issues in the future.

Wiz at re:Invent 2022 (event recap)

Get all the news from Las Vegas and learn about how Wiz and AWS continue to strengthen a strategic relationship to secure customers’ AWS environments.

OpenSSL vulnerabilities: Everything you need to know

On November 1st, 2022, the OpenSSL Project disclosed High severity vulnerabilities CVE-2022-3786 and CVE-2022-3602, affecting deployments of OpenSSL 3.0.0–3.0.6. Learn how to effectively manage your organization's patching efforts.