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              Cloud Security Configuration Management

              Identify cloud security gaps, close them, and ensure they stay closed

              Prevent security gaps and dramatically reduce the effort required to ensure the cloud control plane is configured securely and stays that way.


              Cloud security best practices are well documented but implementing them all can become an overwhelmingly complex task. According to Gartner Research, "through 2020, 95% of cloud security failures will be the customer's fault"[1]. This is directly related to control plane complexity and the challenge of configuration hygiene.

              KEY BENEFITS

              Simplify Configuration

              Implement security best practices along with SecureWorks threat expertise

              Enhance Real-Time Insights

              Adopt always-on visibility to keep up with dynamic cloud workloads

              Implement Optional Repairs

              Fix security gaps yourself, or rely on automated 1-click mitigation

              Avoid Configuration Drift

              Strengthen security with Protect Mode that ensures repair over time

              If your organization is using Amazon Web Services (AWS), you understand that the cloud control plane is a new piece of infrastructure that needs to be secured and this is primarily accomplished by implementing and ensuring good configuration hygiene. As organizations adopt infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and migrate workloads to the cloud, getting all of the configuration details right from the start is a foundational element to your most effective security.

              Security Configuration Management is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that makes it possible to establish and maintain secure configuration hygiene.

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              [1] Heiser, Jay. Gartner Research. "Clouds Are Secure. Are You Using Them Securely?", July 21, 2016.


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