IAM JIT, PagerDuty Integration, Image scanning with Jenkins and Bitbucket
September 1, 2023
The most in demand security feature across the globe has now been shipped. Take a guess, it gives you super powers....still not sure then read along to see what I'm talking about.
Cloudanix joins AWS ISV Accelerate program, real about it here.
Just In Time Access
Instead of Just In Case Access, now your team can request elevated privileges for Just In Time Access.
With in-built workflows, you have the super power to follow Principles of Least Privilege without any effort. Cloudanix takes care of Providing Access, Revoking Access and Auditing the Access.
Arm your on-call team with additional context from Cloudanix. Integrate Cloudanix with PagerDuty to push
Security Alerts to PagerDuty Services.
Graph View of Attack Path and Connected Assets
It’s not enough to see an asset information without its related assets and also, if there’s an attack
path that can be exploited. With the connected assets view, you can do both. You can expand this further
by clicking on any node and see it’s connected assets as well.
Image Scanning at Build Time with Jenkins and Bitbucket
We have extended Image Scanning capability to Jenkins and Bitbucket as well. With a few clicks,
Integrate Image Scanning in your pipelines. With our Plugins, findings are presented at both the
Pipeline and in the Cloudanix Console.
Threat Detection for GitHub & Bitbucket
Similar to our Threat Detection for Clouds (AWS, GCP & Azure), we have added Threat Detection capabilities
to GitHub and Bitbucket. We cover over 30 threats ranging from License Changes to Repository Status
changes and many more.
AWS Startup Security Baseline Compliance Pack
AWS Startup Security Baseline (SSB) is a set of controls that create a minimum foundation for businesses
to build securely on AWS without decreasing their agility. We have built a Compliance Pack for Startups
to visualize the Security Posture of the foundation.
Kubernetes Support for Pod Security Standards instead of Pod Security Policies
Pod Security Policies (PSP) were officially deprecated and was replaced with Pod Security Admission
(PSA) in Kubernetes version 1.21. It implements Pod Security Standards (PSS), policies to cover broad
security spectrum. In 1.25, PSP was completely removed. So, we have updated our charts to support PSAs.