Protecting Cloud Infrastructure Against Excessive Permissions

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Seth Adler
03/15/2021

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Cloud-native attack vectors are the reason many cyber security executives give for the hesitation associated with migrating workloads to public cloud environments.

But when workload security is defined by access, security administrators can not only migrate workloads but focus on protecting against excessive permissions, responding when those permissions are abused and thus assume a more forward security posture.

This whitepaper provides an overview of how best to addresses the challenges associated with cloud evolution.

Key Takeaways Include:

  • The Old Insider Is the New Outsider
  • Your Permissions Equal Your Attack Surface
  • Removing the “Mis” from Misconfigurations
  • Traditional Protections Provide Piecemeal Solutions
  • A New Approach for Comprehensive Protection
  • Gaining Agentless, Cloud-based Deployment
  • How To Acheive Smart Hardening
  • Detection of Anomalous Activity
  • Customer Benefits

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