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Manual permission management at scale is hardly productive. An ideal solution keeps company assets safe while considerably reducing security workload.
Most infrastructure attacks are built over time. To outsmart them, CSPM should quietly connect the dots, surfacing suspicious patterns while avoiding false positives.
Existing platform-specific point security products are ineffective at detecting complex attacks. A holistic solution flags anomalies across your entire cloud (or multi-cloud) infrastructure in a single dashboard.
Policy differentiation between teams and units is a crucial Cloud Workload Protection trait. It decreases false alerts, prioritizes actual threats, and enables critical workflows to run uninterrupted.
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Less Alerts, Higher Accuracy
Eliminate alert fatigue by putting an end to unimportant or unactionable alerts.We promote configurable, heavily-automated solutions which will proactively handle most scenarios, and will only flag what truly requires your attention.
Real-Time Indications & Suggestions
Take no prisoners. Sophisticated, cross-infrastructure solutions mean early detection of attack attempts, applying smart correlation of seemingly unrelated, sporadic events along with suggestions for effective, timely remediation.
Take one liability off your plate with quick, automated reporting, compliant with PCI DSS, ISO 27001, SOC2, and more, which apply to both enterprises and enterprise vendors.
ML-based solutions quickly adjust to “new normals” in terms of each team’s work practices, with little or no need to reconfigure. This means less workflow interruptions, and less daily maintenance for you.
Yes, a CSPM or CWPP solution should provide compliance reports showing how the current situation of cloud resources configuration and permissions compares to common compliance standards such as SOC2, ISO-27001, PCI-DSS and more, and what are the gaps that need to be treated in order to reach 100% compliance.
A CSPM or CWPP solution should have the ability to easily integrate into the company’s cloud environments, independently learn and analyze the current situation and provide hardening recommendations of the cloud resources and user permissions. In addition, the ability to detect, correlate and block attempts of data breaches by malicious actors.
The main security challenges a CSPM or CWPP solution aims to solve are excessive permissions of employees, misconfigurations of cloud workloads and resources, and detecting data breaches attacks early in the attacker kill chain.