When a business wants to understand their credit risk, they consult one of three major credit scoring companies. When companies want to see the security risks of their 1st-party and 3rd-party systems in their data infrastructure, they turn to SecurityScorecard. Accurate, up-to-date data is the lifeblood of any modern business, and it needs to come from myriad sources. SecurityScorecard continuously monitors and rates the cyber posture of more than 12 million companies worldwide. Up until a few years back, the teams at SecurityScorecard relied on batch pipelines to push data to and from Amazon S3 as well as expensive REST API-based communications to carry data between systems. They also spent significant time and resources on Kafka upgrades when using Amazon MSK.
SecurityScorecard’s Brandon Brown, lead of the company’s Pipelines team, pivoted away from antiquated batch processing and toward Confluent’s streaming approach for the development of their Automatic Vendor Detection (AVD) product. His team continues to leverage the full breadth of Confluent Cloud connectors to build streaming data pipelines to databases like PostgreSQL and deliver several new use cases, including:
Watch now to hear the reasons why SecurityScorecard switched to Confluent.