Enterprises need to protect workloads, it is a must have!
Azure shared responsibility model
For a start, you can’t protect what you can’t see. So, increasing visibility in order to be able to control is a foundational step.
Deploying applications and data in cloud infrastructures does not protect you from vulnerabilities and weakness in applications and data. Why are you exposed? Because the cloud provider is not responsible for the security of your Workloads.
Cloud infrastructures are elastic, scalable and automated. Workloads have their own vulnerabilities and they are risky assets because traditional security solutions do not integrate Cloud Workload Protection technology.
To address these new requirements, you need a new solution and approach.
Furthermore, the scale and concentration of workloads brings greater attraction to hackers. And on top of that, developers are reusing code and templates and are not aware of security best practices with new cloud services.
Security as a Service
Most security systems react to attacks. We prevent attacks happening.
We monitor every component of your cloud network 24/7 for the latest vulnerabilities.
Fighting attacks on your assets can be resource intensive. And when you’re defending your system there’s no guarantee of success. Plus it’s a huge distraction.
At Outpost24 we take the view that it’s better to close all vulnerabilities so intruders are deterred. Continuous vulnerabilities assessment is the most important task to be performed as the foundation of your security perimeter.
Only Elastic Workload Protector builds an efficient, adaptive and continuously updated line of defense around your environment and provides barriers to known weaknesses exploited by hackers.
Dynamic Inventory’ automatically checks new assets and tracks shadow-IT
As your cloud assets evolve, our cloud solution keeps up.
As organizations move to some form of cloud infrastructure, they need the same visibility, compliance, detection & response capabilities as they have for their traditional infrastructure.
Furthermore, cloud infrastructure can be more complex and challenging for organizations due to its dynamic nature, automation, and new terminology which makes detection and investigation more difficult.
Our continuous monitoring solution detect all your misconfiguration
Test are based on cloud best security practices
CIS Microsoft Azure Foundations Security Benchmark provides guidance to set up a secure baseline configuration for Microsoft Azure. This guide was tested against the listed Azure services as on Feb-2018. The scope of this benchmark is to establish the foundation level of security for anyone adopting Microsoft Azure Cloud.
The Cloud Security Alliance Cloud Controls Matrix (CCM) is specifically designed to provide fundamental security principles to guide cloud vendors and to assist prospective cloud customers in assessing the overall security risk of a cloud provider.
"Outpost24's expertise, both in matters of Azure security best practices and technologies have been a valuable assistance to answer the security challenges of our PaaS and establish a solid security foundation."
Samir Salibi, Wakanda.io Marketing Manager