UNLEASHES THE POWER OF CLOUD NATIVE SECURITY
Tracelay delivers an integrated and easy-to-deploy solution to secure applications as they are built, and the infrastructure they are deployed on. The platform is available as both a self-hosted and SaaS offering, adds new capabilities for securing workloads at runtime across the technology stack utilized for today’s modern IT environments.It incorporates an updated version of CSPM for Cloud Security Posture Management, as well as Vulnerability Scanning and the previously announced Dynamic Threat Analysis product , both integrated as option.
Risk-Based Insight that provides prioritization of vulnerabilities according to specific, contextual customer environment risks, and allows to quickly identify and prioritize vulnerabilities for remediation New cloud VM security capabilities that improve File Integrity Monitoring (FIM), and add Linux system integrity and Windows Registry integrity controls Multi-App Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) allowing Separation of Duties in enterprise-wide deployments that span multiple teams and applications, providing very granular permissions and custom roles Visualization of risk in Kubernetes clusters in Risk Explorer, based on automated discovery using a native Kubernetes admission controller.
Public cloud environments use the public Internet to transfer data, making it available to anyone who wants to use or purchase it. Moreover, many integrated services use shared settings, and data is frequently collected to serve targeted ads, placing the user’s information privacy at risk. Organizations need to verify the settings of user data usage in their cloud configuration and third-party integrations. Organizations and their cloud providers may have different data privacy regulations. Therefore, SLAs must include provisions for these regulations.
Cloud infrastructure includes the resources needed to build a cloud environment, i.e., storage, hardware, network, and virtualization. However, often one cannot audit proprietary cloud platforms or processes nor fully define who has administrative access to your environment. Organizations can apply traditional security measures, such as applying security patches and updates and regular vulnerability assessments. They can also use advanced practices like isolating infrastructure components with network Access Control Lists (ACLs) and configuring administrative roles and privileges.Cloud data security becomes increasingly important as we move our devices, data centers, business processes, and more to the cloud. Ensuring quality cloud data security is achieved through comprehensive security policies, an organizational culture of security, and cloud security solutions.