Public Cloud Security

Governing access entitlements is essential for protecting applications and data in the cloud. Yet in complex IaaS/PaaS environments, permission creep is the norm. Learn how to achieve least privilege and close the back-doors to your environment.

Enforce Least-Privilege Access in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud

According to Gartner, 50% of cloud security failures are the result of inadequate management of identities, access and privileges – and by 2023, that number will climb to 75%. For anyone familiar with IaaS/PaaS environments, the reasons are clear. With thousands of user and service identities, network, data and compute resources, and hundreds of different permissions assignments, it is extremely difficult to identify and remove excessive permissions. At the same time, the speed and agility of cloud development mean that the Privilege Gap is constantly widening.

Ermetic automates entitlement management for public cloud applications and resources, helping scale cloud security risk reduction.

Ermetic is our #1 monitoring tool for showing the security state of our production version and ensuring that a change to a service doesn’t create risk.

Leo Thesen, Senior Engineer and Security Technical Lead, MOHARA

Continuous Discovery of Multicloud Identities

Ermetic prevents cloud data breaches by automating the detection and remediation of identity and entitlement risks in AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. It automatically discovers all user and service identities, and analyzes their entitlements, as granted by roles/scope and policies, using a continuous lifecycle approach.

By 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.

Proactive Policy Enforcement

With Ermetic, you can continuously analyze excessive permissions across your multicloud infrastructure, and define and enforce automated guardrails for identities, resources and network configuration – preventing unauthorized access to your cloud environment.

Ermetic helps you carry out proactive policy enforcement and shift left with least privilege built in by providing automatic provisioning of identities and entitlements and customizable organizational policy templates. It acts as a policy advisor to DevSecOps and helps reduce risk through Just in time access for Developers and DevOps.

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Ermetic Cloud Infrastructure Security Platform

  • Get Deep, Multicloud Visibility

    Manage all identities and resources in one platform. Investigate permissions, configurations and relationships

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  • Understand the Attack Surface

    Assess & prioritize risk across human and service identities, network configuration, data and compute resources

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  • Automate Remediation

    Mitigate risky privileges and faulty configurations through integration with ticketing, CI/CD pipelines, and IaC

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  • Enforce Policies and Shift Left

    Define and automate guardrails for identities, resources and network configuration, from dev to production

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  • Detect Anomalies

    Detect suspicious behavior and configuration changes with continuous behavioral analysis and alerts

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  • Comply with Standards

    Audit inventory and ensure compliance with CIS, GDPR, SOC2, NIST, PCI DSS, HIPAA, ISO and more

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Hear from Our Customers

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Dominic Zanardi Security Engineer, Latch

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.

Learn how Kikapay is using identity-first cloud security to pass audits

“Security audits in the cloud are no trivial matter. By enabling us to jump through the audit hoops near effortlessly, Ermetic proved not just a capable technology and time saver — it’s helping grow the business.”

Etienne Smith, CTO, Kikapay

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