Cloud Security for Software and Internet Companies
The software, Internet and technology industry has been one of the early cloud adopters, with many companies leveraging the cloud to rapidly deliver new products and services and flexibly scale them to meet demand. A recent survey found that 84% of companies have only rudimentary capabilities for securing their cloud infrastructure, which often comes following efforts to scale up quickly.
Find out how Ermetic helps leading companies prevent breaches by simplifying cloud security and compliance, leveraging contextual visibility into misconfigurations, workloads and identities
Eliminating Excessive Privileges
As you may already know, deploying workloads into the cloud is anything but simple. Cloud services autoscale by nature and tend to change frequently. Securing this highly-dynamic landscape containing thousands of pieces of compute across hundreds of identities and thousands of entitlements can be challenging. This complexity in identity and data access coupled with the need for speed and agility of development mean that the Privilege Gap is constantly widening.
Ermetic offers full risk context, deep actionable visualization of all identities and entitlements, and advanced analytics to reveal hidden dangers. It empowers teams through prioritization and automatic remediation of risky privileges, misconfigurations and excessive permissions.
Larry Viviano, Director of Information Security, IntelyCare
Ermetic identifies risks and tells you what to do – this is awesome in helping explain to different groups what needs to be done.
Scaling Security While Curbing Cloud Risk
Ermetic continuously analyzes your multicloud environment, automatically evaluating risk factors such as effective exposure, misconfigurations, excessive and risky privileges and leaked secrets. It also detects unusual data access, privilege escalation and other threats, including changes in login settings, reconnaissance attempts, and unauthorized use or theft of access keys. By analyzing cloud provider logs, your teams can reveal the identity behind each activity and affected accounts, resources and services.
It then allows to automate risk detection, prioritization and mitigation, leveraging:
- Granular, automated resource labels and tagging help pinpoint toxic scenarios that pose the highest risk to your multicloud environments.
- Context-rich alerts, visualizations and out-of-the-box integrations provide the information and the tools necessary to respond rapidly.
Manage Security and Compliance in One
Protecting cloud data is an increasingly high priority for tech companies. In addition to customer data, they must ensure that the intellectual property stored in the public cloud is secure. Ermetic provides fine-grained visibility across your multicloud environments, enabling security teams to continuously monitor and govern identities and access policies, implement least privilege across AWS, GCP and Azure and comply with security best practices.
Streamline the process of monitoring and auditing cloud identities and privileges, leveraging:
- Deep, multi-dimensional, searchable view into all human and service identities, resources, entitlements and configurations in your multicloud environment.
- Centralized logging makes it easier to generate detailed reports for asset inventory, network configurations and activity auditsץ
- Simplified cloud security and compliance, and contextual visibility into misconfigurations, workloads and identities
The Pathway to Least Privilege
The pathway to least privilege starts with a full and accurate picture of all entitlements. Continuous discovery of all entities and policies (e.g. IAM, resource, permissions boundaries and ACLs) in the environment and analysis of the relationships reveals and helps minimize the gap between desired enterprise policies and actual entitlements.
Auto-generation of access policies based on actual need, and their integration in organizational workflows, provides organizations with the tools for enforcing least privilege reactively and proactively, including in code early on in development.
Ermetic Cloud Infrastructure Security for SaaS
Get Deep, Multicloud VisibilityLearn More
Manage all identities and resources in one platform. Investigate permissions, configurations and relationships
Understand the Attack SurfaceLearn More
Assess & prioritize risk across human and service identities, network configuration, data and compute resources
Automate RemediationLearn More
Mitigate risky privileges and faulty configurations through integration with ticketing, CI/CD pipelines, and IaC
Enforce Policies and Shift LeftLearn More
Define and enforce automated guardrails for access permissions and resource configuration, from dev to production.
Detect AnomaliesLearn More
Detect suspicious behavior and configuration changes with continuous behavioral analysis and alerts
Comply with StandardsLearn More
Audit inventory and ensure compliance with CIS, GDPR, SOC2, NIST, PCI DSS, HIPAA, ISO and more
Hear from Our Customers
“The biggest benefit of working with Ermetic, it’s the discoverability component of Ermetic. It really lifts the veil on what is an opaque system. ”
“With Ermetic, Tyler’s been able to save hundreds to thousands of man hours in managing permission sets in AWS.”
“If we didn’t have Ermetic analyzing roles, policies and network configuration, that would easily be an additional three to four analysts. It’s saving us hours and head count.”
“Ermetic has allowed us to concentrate on our business rather than on concentrate just on the cloud security.”
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A New Paradigm for Least Privilege
We are approaching a tipping point where the scale and flexibility of cloud environments may be too much to deal…
[On-Demand] Workshop: How to Eliminate AWS IAM Risk
Join Ermetic architect Lior Zatlavi to unpack analyzing access permissions and pursuing least privilege in AWS.