Security for Cloud-Native Companies
Cloud-first companies have taken off. The ability to scale rapidly is a major business advantage, but with this flexibility comes increased risk to applications and data. Governing access entitlements is essential for protecting cloud infrastructure. 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.
Scaling with IaaS/PaaS Security
Today, more and more services and applications are born in the cloud. Cloud-first companies benefit from higher performance, efficiency and stability, with unparalleled scalability. But too often security is sacrificed in the interest of speed.
Identifying and Removing Access Risk
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 human and machine identities, compute and data resources, and hundreds of different policies, it is extremely difficult to identify and remove excessive permissions. At the same time, the speed and agility of development mean that the Privilege Gap is constantly widening.
Leo Thesen, Senior Engineer and Security Technical Lead, MOHARA
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.
Cloud Security and Compliance in One Platform
Ermetic automates entitlement management for public cloud applications. It provides a complete picture of the assets in your environment, visualizes entitlements, and surfaces risks. With Ermetic, you can continuously identify and analyze excess permissions, and automate implementation of least-privilege policies, in accordance with your organizational practices.
Ermetic for Cloud-First Companies
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
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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.
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Larry Viviano, Director of Information Security, IntelyCare