Cloud Security and Compliance for Government
Federal, state and local governments using the public cloud need to address that environment’s security risks – especially those associated with preventing breaches, detecting issues rapidly and protecting personal information.
Governments and agencies need innovative ways to address the new challenges of complex cloud environments like AWS, Azure and Google Cloud. Learn how to protect your sensitive data and cloud-based applications with a single, multicloud platform from Ermetic.
Scale Security and Curb Cloud Risk
Ermetic continuously analyzes your multicloud environment, automatically evaluating risk factors such as public exposure, misconfigurations, excessive and risky privileges and exposed secrets. It detects hard to spot yet high risk identity-related threats like unusual data access, privilege escalation and unauthorized use of access keys.
Ermetic automates risk detection, prioritization and mitigation, leveraging:
- A deep, searchable inventory of all human and service identities, compute and data resources, entitlements and configurations in your multicloud environment
- Contextual analysis that pinpoints toxic scenarios posing the highest risk
- Detailed visualizations and automated workflows that provide the information and remediation tools necessary to respond rapidly
Ermetic FedRAMP® Authorization to Operation (ATO) is Initiated
Ermetic has initiated the process to achieve Authority to Operate (ATO) status under the U.S. Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP®). The U.S. FedRAMP program promotes the adoption of secure cloud services across the federal government through a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud service offerings.
In addition, the Ermetic cloud security platform supports AWS GovCloud (US) and Azure for US Government. Both these cloud provider environments are designed to address specific regulatory and compliance requirements of US federal, state and local government agencies that run sensitive workloads in the cloud.
Shai Morag, CEO, Ermetic
Ermetic is embarking on the FedRAMP process to provide every level of government with a comprehensive solution for cloud native application protection.
Least Privilege for Your Zero Trust Strategy
Ensuring least privilege access for machine and human identities needs to be a key pillar of an organization’s zero trust strategy. The pathway to least privilege starts with getting a full picture of access entitlements. Through continuous discovery of all entities and policies in the environment (including IAM, resource, permissions boundaries and ACLs) and analysis of the relationships it is possible to see the gap between desired policy and actual entitlements.
Ermetic helps you implement identity-centric security strategies at scale — like least privilege and zero trust, including shift-left best practices. It uniquely reveals security gaps and remediates them by means of auto-generated least privilege access policies sent through standard workflows, including ticketing systems, CI/CD pipelines, CloudFormation and Terraform snippets.
The platform facilitates the efforts of Security and DevOps teams through:
- Automated guardrails for identities, resources and network configuration
- Workflow integrations with customizable policy templates
- Just-in-time access for developers and DevOps
Compliance Audit and Reporting for Government
Ermetic conducts a continuous compliance audit with regulatory standards across the asset inventory, as well as data, compute and network configurations. The platform helps meet your compliance needs by monitoring the full stack for potential compliance violations for dozens of industry standards, best practices and custom frameworks.
- Continuously audit key government security regulations, and data privacy and best practice benchmarks, including ISO 27001, NIST, PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, SOC2 and CIS
- Generate detailed and customizable compliance audit reports
Ermetic for Government
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
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If I didn’t have Ermetic to manage my cloud security, I probably would need an additional two or three headcount in order to do that manually.
This is one of the few platforms I’ve brought into the cloud that has had actionable efforts in under 30 days. From a return on investment perspective, it was one of the best decisions we made.
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.