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Secure APIs, hosts, containers, and serverless deployments across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, implement robust access controls like RBAC, use network policies, and regularly patch vulnerabilities. Employ mechanisms to restrict traffic & harden hosts by removing unnecessary services and applications.

Workload Protection,Container Security

Our approach to Workload protection

Vulnerability Detection mechanisms

Securing cloud-native applications requires a comprehensive view into vulnerabilities at build and run time. Our integrated approach delivers real time risk assessment across public clouds environments for every host, container and serverless function.

  • Provide fast feedback throughout the development lifecycle

Solutions that integrates with IDEs, CI tools and VCS to provide feedback and guardrails in the tools developers already use.

  • Enable fixes with code review comments

Native integrations with VCS creates comments with each new pull request for identified code security issues to make finding and fixing them easier.

  • View all IaC security issues in one place

Centralized view of all misconfigurations and exposed secrets across scanned repositories, with filtering and searching to find code blocks and owners.

  • Build remediation work into DevOps workflowsBuild

Integrations with collaboration and ticketing tools can generate tickets and alerts to notify the right teams to add remediations to DevOps tasks.

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Adopting a Least Privilege Model

Least privilege is a security principle that limits the access and permissions of users and applications to only what is necessary to perform their intended functions. This principle is especially important in cloud environments, where resources are shared among multiple tenants & helps to prevent unauthorized access and the spread of malware.

  • Identify Critical Assets:

We start by identifying the critical assets in your cloud environment, such as data, applications, and infrastructure components. Determine the minimum access and permissions required to access and use these assets.

  • Define User Roles and Permissions:

Next, we define the user roles and associated permissions within your organisation. Limiting the permissions of each user to only what is necessary to perform their job functions.

  • Implement Access Controls:

Implement access controls to enforce the least privilege model that includes using role-based access controls, multi-factor authentication, and network segmentation.

  • Regularly Monitor and Audit Access:

We regularly monitoring & auditing access to your cloud environment helps ensure that users and applications are only accessing what they need to. We make use of latest and greatest security tools to identify and remediate any violations of the least privilege model.

Network Segregation

Network segregation is the practice of dividing a network into separate sub-networks to limit the spread of malware and prevent unauthorized access. This is particularly important in cloud environments where multiple tenants share resources

  • Define Network Zones:

Start by defining the different network zones in your cloud environment, such as production, development, and testing. Each zone should be isolated from the others to limit the spread of malware.

  • Implement Access Controls:

Implement access controls to enforce network segregation. This can include firewalls, virtual private networks (VPNs), and access control lists (ACLs).

  • Monitor Network Traffic:

Regularly monitor network traffic to identify any unauthorized access or suspicious activity. We recommend & use security tools to monitor traffic patterns and detect potential threats.

  • Conduct Regular Security Assessments:

Conduct regular security assessments to ensure that network segregation is functioning as intended. Assessments should include penetration testing and vulnerability scans to identify potential security gaps.

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Key Drivers & Benefits

Workload protection and container security solutions provide improved security, increased efficiency, enhanced compliance, and improved scalability which can help to protect your business and improve your bottom line.

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