For any enterprise Audit and Compliance is a must for stakeholder and customer trust. Meeting legal requirements is not optional anymore. Following best practices is an equally important part of compliance management. Formal regulations, laws or even internal governance controls have to be in place and follow compliance standards set by HIPAA, SOC 2, GDPR, ISO 27001, etc. Read more
Unintentional internal oversights is the biggest cause for these mishaps. Untimely detection can open doorways into the organization's precious cloud environment, compromising their precious data. These exploits are the easiest to gain access to and require continuous and real time monitoring. Read more
One of the most important features of a good CSPM tool. Threat detection, unauthorized behavior, malicious activity, anomaly detection, etc. These are some of the problems that plague most organizations. With continuous monitoring you can identify and prioritize the threats, taking corrective action before any damage is done.
In today's world where deployments are happening faster than ever. It is of utmost importance to know real-time as the drifts, misconfigurations, etc are created. If left unchecked, they will leave gaps for hackers and not just compromise your data but also reduce the performance and speed of deployments. Real-Time Alert mechanisms must be put in place. Depending on the severity, prioritize sending signals to multiple channels so as to not overlook the vulnerabilities created. Read more
Creation of custom remediation playbooks and using dozens of out of the box rules can help create a secure yet productive environment. A cloud management solution with automation capabilities that are policy driven can be configured to remedy the violations. In the same way it can also be configured to prevent them from occurring. Read more
Despite being similar, Cloud-based and, Cloud-native applications differ vastly in the way these applications use the Cloud services to their benefit. Cloud-based can be termed as applications that are built outside the Cloud and are then ported onto the Cloud to get some advantages of the cloud infrastructure. Moving an application on the Cloud makes it Cloud-based. Cloud-native is created in the Cloud and enjoys all the benefits a Cloud Infrastructure can offer.
Hands down, the advantages of Cloud Native outweigh that of Cloud-based. Be its cost-effectiveness, scalability, reliability, ease of management, Cloud Native, takes the cake.
Like everything, there are Pros and Cons to being Cloud Native too. The main drawback of Cloud Native is that being completely internet-based, any service outage can result in downtime, which can happen anytime and unannounced.