Cloud App Security
What is Cloud App Security?
Cloud data storage delivers many opportunities for businesses, like easy file management and flexibility for employees. But cloud solutions carry security vulnerabilities, including threats from outside actors and mismanagement within your organization. Cloud App Security is a series of protocols and 24/7 monitoring that ensures your cloud data is never compromised.
Most organizations have a footprint in the public cloud or are in the process of migrating workloads to the public cloud. Abacode’s 24/7 cloud app security monitors private, hybrid and public clouds by leveraging native security systems and workload and service level instrumentation.
Abacode’s cloud app security monitors:
- Virtual networks in private clouds hosted in VMWare ESXi and Microsoft Hyper-V, among other virtualization platforms
Public Cloud Monitoring
Abacode can implement Managed Detection and Response (MDR) for public clouds like Azure, AWS and Google Cloud environments by leveraging either Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) or Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) resources.
Specifically for Azure, Abacode can integrate Azure Security Center events with VM telemetry and log aggregation in combination with the events generated by enterprise services such as SQL Server database and IIS web server.
Microsoft 365 and Office 365 security events are also integrated into the monitoring scheme to enable user behavior analytics and security alerting.
Cyber Lorica for AWS Cloud Systems
Our Cyber Lorica monitoring platform for AWS cloud systems provides complete visibility into the AWS environment security. We provide 24/7 monitoring to help prevent a data breach.
Should a breach of the cloud occur, our SOC team quickly analyzes access logs and the depth of the breach, then recommends the best and swiftest path for remediation.
Our monitoring platform integrates logs from CloudTrail, Elastic Load Balancing, S3, CloudWatch, and other critical software packages allowing for true real-time correlation of security events in AWS.