Wiz at AWS re:Invent 2022

Secure everything you build and run in your AWS environment.

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Wiz is a proud Platinum sponsor at re:Invent 2022! We look forward to meeting you at our booth #419 and at our speaking sessions. Please be sure to use the session IDs below to add our sessions to your re:Invent calendar (log in with event attendee credentials).

Visit our booth #419 

Meet our product experts and get a demo to see how Wiz's Agentless cloud security solution enables you to accelerate cloud adoption by securing your AWS cloud estate. While you’re there be sure to play a few arcade games and pick up Wiz swag!  

Speaking sessions 

Context is everything: Join the CNAPP revolution to secure your AWS deployments ​[Session ID: PRT254] 

Monday, November 28th 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM | MGM, Terrace 151 

Yinon Costica, co-founder and VP Product, and guest speaker John Visneski, CISO, MGM Studios, discuss how organizations of every size are adopting Wiz’s agentless security solution to get complete visibility across all their AWS services (Amazon EC2 instances, AWS Lambda functions, Amazon EKS, and more), prioritize the most critical risks using a security graph, and build partnerships with developers to harden their cloud security posture. 

How Wiz uses graphs to gain security insights with Amazon Neptune​ [Session ID: DAT302] 

​ Wednesday, November 30,  1:00 PM - 2:00 PM​ | Level 1, 101, MGM Grand​ 

​ Raaz Herzberg, VP Marketing and Product Strategy, and Brad Bebee, General Manager, Amazon Neptune talk about how graphs simplify the navigation of relationships between different assets and the layers protecting them. Hear how Wiz uses Amazon Neptune, a fully managed graph database service, for fast, reliable, graph-based approaches that reveal security insights and provide contextual risk assessment of clients’ clouds and cloud protection at scale.​ 

Hypergrowth with AWS: How Wiz became a fast-growing SaaS company [DAT003] 

Thursday, December 1, 3:30 PM - 3:45 PM | Demo Theater, Expo Hall, Venetian Level 2, Hall B 

Ken Sigel, Partner Solutions Engineer, Wiz , will share how Wiz uses Amazon Neptune to deliver new innovations, including broader integration with Amazon RDS. Learn how Wiz works with AWS to enable organizations to rapidly remove the most critical risks in their cloud environments, connect in minutes, and discover harmful combinations across the security stack along with an unauthorized user’s view in a broad-access event. Wiz shares their approach to cloud security and how using security graphs can help detect network exposure, analyze data across a network, and prioritize vulnerability detection. 

Theater sessions

We’ll have two theatre sessions running at the top of every hour:  

  • The Why of Wiz

  • Top 5 toxic combinations seen by Wiz

Meet Wiz leadership 

Sign up for 1:1 meetings with Wiz leaders at the Expo for deep dive conversations about the magic of our agentless solution and how our platform can change the way your business thinks about cloud security. Select a preferred time slot during these hours:  

  • Monday, Nov. 28: 4:00PM - 7:00PM

  • Tuesday, Nov. 29: 9:00AM – 5:30PM

  • Wednesday, Nov. 30: 9:00AM – 5:30PM

  • Thursday, Dec. 1: 9:00AM – 11:30AM

See you in Las Vegas! 

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