Security for Cloud and Dev Ops
For non-stop Cloud Operations
Security should be built into every part of the DevOps lifecycle, including inception, design, build, test, release, support, maintenance, and beyond. The DevSecOps approach is a path forward to help organizations reduce the risk of breaches. Implementing a detailed security validation plan and integrating cloud workload protection solutions to monitor and enforce security control is pivotal.
Cloud Visibility acts as a single pane of glass for your multi-cloud infrastructure. We ensure that your team has the same level of visibility you are accustomed to in your on-premise network, now in the cloud.
- Understand the consumption pattern
- Gain insight into workload and application classification
- Get visibility into lifecycle asset change management and attribution
Container security is the process of implementing security tools and policies to assure all in your container is running as intended, including protection of infrastructure, software supply chain, runtime, and everything between.
- Easily implement and maintain compliance for the Docker, Kubernetes, Linux and AWS CIS Benchmarks
- Integrate security directly into the CI process
- Establish access control measures for cloud workloads and cloud native apps across underlying hosts
Every organization with a DevOps framework should be looking to shift towards a DevSecOps mindset and bringing individuals of all abilities and across all technology disciplines to a higher level of proficiency in security. From testing for potential security exploits to building business-driven security services, a DevSecOps framework that uses DevSecOps tools ensures security is built into applications rather than being bolted on haphazardly afterwards.
- Integrate security into any existing build and deployment process using native plugins for CI/CD tools like Jenkins
- Set thresholds for security and compliance, in the build
SASE and SaaS :
Secure access service edge, or SASE, is an emerging cyber-security concept described by Gartner. With an increase in remote users and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, data moving from the data center to cloud services, and more traffic going to public cloud services and branch offices than back to the data center, the need for a new approach for network security has risen.
- FW-as-a-service, DNS, Cloud Gateway, DLP, Cas-B
- Governance and Compliance
- User Behavior Monitoring
- Advanced Threat Protection