Comprehensive Platform for Cloud Security Professionals
As a Cloud Security pro, you are responsible for securing the multitude of service and user identities along with their access entitlements. Failing to do so puts your organization at risk of a data breach and lateral movement. Meanwhile, working to secure identities is a sisyphean effort.
Find out how Ermetic lets you cut through the complexity to govern permission creep. Learn how to close the back-doors that pose risk to your cloud environment — and to achieve least privilege.
Continuous Monitoring and Anomaly Detection
Today, the cloud is an integral part of daily business and technology operations as data that was once stored on-prem is moving or has moved to a cloud, and even multi-cloud, environment. Or maybe your organization is cloud-native from the get-go. To secure your cloud infrastructure, you need to be able to continuously monitor identities and access policies, and take immediate action when they pose a risk. As a cloud security professional, you know how difficult and important it is to protect sensitive resources, identities and data.
Ermetic was built ground up to address the unique challenges of the cloud. It analyzes access policies continuously, eliminates excessive access and alerts on suspicious access behavior.
Prioritize and Auto-Remediate Risk
According to Forrester, Cloud Identity Governance (CIG), also called Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM), helps organizations “track performance, allocate resources, and modify cloud services in a robust identity context.” CIG/CIEM solutions like Ermetic automate the detection and mitigation of cloud infrastructure access risk to help organizations reduce the cloud attack surface and enforce least privilege.
Ermetic combines sophisticated risk analysis with intuitive visualization to accurately prioritize risk and offer clear policy remediation steps, integrated in workflows. It acts as a force multiplier, providing insight and automation that reduce the burden on overstretched security teams.
Larry Viviano, Director of Information Security, IntelyCare
Ermetic is addressing a use case that none of our other cloud security solutions does: giving visibility, and letting security gain trust and build collaboration with devops and other teams to mitigate identity risk.
Your Part in Shared Responsibility
As you likely know, cloud provider models for shared responsibility in securing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) put much of the burden on the cloud customer. This includes securing network controls, configurations, applications, and IAM and customer data. The task is enormous, and typically manual, and the stakes are high. Failure to understand access to and exposure of resources in an organization’s rapidly changing IaaS environment is one of the most elusive and risk-bearing aspects of cloud use. The burden must be addressed, and there has to be a better way.
Manage Security and Compliance from One Place
Ermetic prevents cloud data breaches and protects sensitive data by automating entitlements management and risk remediation for Azure, AWS and GCP. It automatically discovers all user and service identities, and analyzes their entitlements as granted by roles, scope and policies, using a continuous identity lifecycle approach. Combining analytics with granular, full stack insight, Ermetic makes it possible to enforce least privilege access at scale in even the most complex public cloud environments – and reduce workload for cloud security professionals.
Ermetic combines identity-first cloud infrastructure entitlements management with robust security posture management to simplify identity risk governance and compliance monitoring in one unified platform.
Dom Zanardi, Software Engineer, Security Automation, Latch
You’re able to rapidly operationalize this tool in ways that I didn’t expect.
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 (including IAM, resource, permissions boundaries and ACLs) in the environment and analysis of the relationships reveals the gap between the desired enterprise policy 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 for Cloud Infrastructure Entitlements Management
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 automate guardrails for identities, resources and network 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 CustomersRead Case Studies
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 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.
Ermetic has allowed us to concentrate on our business rather than on concentrate just on the cloud security.
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.
More Resources for Cloud Security Professionals
The AWS Shared Responsibility Model: Everything You Need to Know
What the Shared Responsibility model means, its many challenges & how to protect your cloud infrastructure.
Keep Your IAM Users Close, Keep Your Third Parties Even Closer – Part 1
Part 1 on third-party access configuration and control, and how it can go sideways with IAM permissions.
IDC Infographic: Identity-First Cloud Security Is Essential
Our State of the Cloud 2021 Survey indicates orgs should consider a new approach to protecting their data.
Learn how MOHARA is using Cloud Infrastructure Governance
“Ermetic is our number one monitoring tool for showing the security state of our current production version and ensuring that a change to a service doesn’t create risk.”
Leo Thesen, Senior Engineer and Security Technical Lead, MOHARA