Know where your cloud configuration could fail
A modular security assessment begins with a security evaluation of the smallest components of cloud systems and containers to determine the overall security profile for your cloud services (hosted or utilized). The security configuration is then compared to a modular baseline derived from relevant benchmarks to identify gaps and risks. Select modules as single assessments or grouped with other modular assessments for a more flexible model.
Modular cloud security assessments include:
- Office 365 configuration
- Container security
- Identity and Access Management (IAM)
- Azure baseline
- AWS baseline
- Transparent encryption
Design cloud components to self-defend
Configuration capabilities are developed quickly and released often. We account for changing configurations and enable modules to defend themselves for proactive defense. Whether you’re new to running workloads in the cloud or run hundreds of microservices in Kubernetes (K8s), our six steps to a proactive cloud security strategy will mature your organization’s security posture and develop a proactive approach to new threats.
This approach reduces the largest attack surface – configurations – through ongoing security configuration evaluation allowing each cloud component to proactively defend itself through layered defenses.
Integrate cloud capabilities and SOC functionality
Whether you have an in-house SOC or outsource to a managed security service provider (MSSP), we can help.
We work with clients to develop processes, procedures, and administrative functions to translate cloud security into a SOC-consumable form so that security teams can effectively respond to incidents and remediate threats.
Governance & Compliance
Prepare for audit success
Prepare for your compliance audit with our cloud security audit readiness service. Evaluate your controls against regulatory compliance including NERC CIP, PCI, HIPAA, SOC2 Type 2, and more. Leave no room for costly repeat audits. We can also assist with self-assessments and best practices.
Build and mature your cloud governance framework
The availability of cloud services presents security framework challenges. Governance policies should specifically address cloud services. Without a governance framework, accountability is difficult to enforce, assuming security is even aware of shadow IT applications. Whether you are looking to gain visibility into cloud services, monitor SLAs, restrict and protect cloud data, or enforce company policy, we have the experience and expertise to assist.