Fluid Attacks' cloud security posture management (CSPM) involves continuously assessing your software's compliance with cloud security requirements across several standards, as well as giving information to help prioritize issues and making recommendations on remediation. CSPM begins early in development, covering the detection of security issues in your IaC scripts, container images and runtime environments, as well as misconfigurations of cloud services. We inform you of the risk exposure that each security issue represents and provide you with analytics that help you in your decision-making to prioritize remediation.
These are the benefits of CSPM
Manage security risks to your cloud adoption
We detect issues like excessive privileges, exposed credentials, unencrypted data and unrestricted ports, among several others. Further, we enable their prioritization and the assignment of their remediation. Later, we conduct reassessments to verify they are fixed. This way you can effectively manage risks such as improper configuration and use of identities and cloud entitlements, unauthorized access, account hijacking and external data sharing.
Assessments based on standards
By conducting continuous security testing and following our recommendations to fix the detected issues, your company will be able to comply with requirements belonging to several well-known international security standards and guidelines (e.g., PCI DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, NIST, NYDFS, CIS, SOC 2, OWASP, CWE, NERC, CAPEC, ISO/IEC 27002).
Testing from early stages
CSPM can be a part of your DevSecOps implementation, as it can be performed across various stages of your software development lifecycle (SDLC).
Save on remediation costs
Detecting and prioritizing security flaws quickly and early can enable your company to accelerate the remediation processes, thus allowing it to save time and money.
An element of comprehensive tests
In our Machine Plan, CSPM is complemented by static application security testing (SAST), dynamic application security testing (DAST) and software composition analysis (SCA). In our Squad Plan —our most comprehensive offering— CSPM is complemented by manual penetration testing (MPT) and reverse engineering (RE). We perform security testing throughout your SDLC in both plans.