RedSeal launches Stratus Early Adopter program to safety
SAN JOSE, Calif., December 1, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – RedSeal today introduced its Stratus Early Adopter program, which offers select customers and prospects the opportunity to evaluate the company’s new Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) solution. ‘business. . The new Stratus SaaS offering aims to provide visibility into the cloud and Kubernetes inventory and to determine the resources exposed in cloud and hybrid cloud environments.
Implementing security controls for cloud environments is now beyond the responsibility of traditional network security teams and now includes application developers and DevOps teams. These controls should also take into account containerization of the workload such as Kubernetes and native offerings from cloud security providers such as Amazon Web Services. As a result, there is an exponential growth and pervasiveness of misconfigurations, which put high-value resources at risk of unintentional exposure to the Internet.
Current members of the Stratus Early Adopter program represent businesses ranging from banking and financial services companies to federal government agencies and tech companies. These users reported benefiting from Stratus’ ability to easily see both exposure and conductivity in and across all accounts in one view.
Cloud security challenges have become so prevalent that Gartner has defined CSPM as a new category of security products designed to identify misconfiguration issues and risks in the cloud. As CSPM, RedSeal Stratus helps security teams better manage this increased risk by:
- Immediate identification of resources unintentionally exposed to the Internet due to misconfigurations
- Visualize their complete AWS cloud architecture to truly understand the connectivity between and within cloud resources
- Understand their Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) inventory and identify overly permissive user and service accounts
“Everyone knows that visibility is essential for CSPM to realize its full potential, but very few vendors are delivering on that promise,” said Bryan Barney, CEO of RedSeal. “What makes visibility so powerful is the actual calculation of access and exposure, not just the reliance on CSP settings. With RedSeal Stratus, we now offer the most accurate, reliable, and actionable approach to calculating access and exposure in the cloud.
RedSeal Stratus is currently focusing on AWS cloud environments. Recognizing the demand for better security management in Microsoft Azure and Kubernetes environments, Stratus will evolve to support these platforms early next year, making Stratus a complete and robust CSPM solution. Participants in the Stratus Early Adopter program are eligible for a free 6-month subscription to RedSeal Stratus, with up to 3000 EC2 instances.
Stratus webinar and demo
RedSeal will be hosting a free webinar for customers and prospects interested in joining the Stratus Early Adopter program. The online event will take place on Tuesday, December 8 at 11:00 a.m. PST and will offer an exclusive preview of RedSeal’s new SaaS-based CSPM solution. The webinar will explain how RedSeal Stratus can help security teams better manage increased security risks in the cloud with:
- Complete and up-to-date visualization of the cloud infrastructure
- In-depth knowledge of Amazon EKS accounts and policies
- Ready-to-use dashboard that identifies resources exposed to the internet
Click here to register for the free event.
On red seal
RedSeal – a security solutions and professional services company – helps government agencies and Global 2000 enterprises see and secure their on-premises networks and cloud environments. RedSeal Stratus, the company’s CSPM SaaS solution, provides an integrated view of cloud security posture through visualization of cloud native and Kubernetes controls, and shows which resources are unintentionally exposed to the internet. RedSeal’s Classic product integrates all network environments – public and private clouds as well as on-premises. This award-winning security solution verifies that networks align with security best practices, validates network segmentation policies, and continuously monitors policy and regulatory compliance. It also prioritizes mitigation based on the risk associated with each vulnerability. The company is based in San Jose, California. Follow RedSeal on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Dean Fisk, Finn Partners
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