Understand the principle of least privilege (POLP) and how today's companies are making intelligent, tactical investments in protecting identity and data access to achieve a zero trust environment in the public cloud. Operating under the principle of least privilege, as the name implies, is based on the premise of only granting necessary and sufficient permissions to identities to carry out their activities, for a limited time, and with the minimum rights required for their tasks. As a result, your organization reduces data and identity access risks across the organization and governs the data across Azure, Google Cloud and AWS.
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This is critical in identity governance and the ephemeral nature of your cloud. It's extremely complex to keep track of what has access to what and if that permission is used. Dig maps every trust relationship, inherited permission, and policy for every entity. Identify all excessive privilege, escalation, and separation of duty risks across 1000's of roles, compute instances, and 100's of accounts.
Sonrai Dig finds all stores and verifies rights. Not just what is accessing it, but everything that can potentially access it. If you have classified your data, Dig leverages that classification. But if you haven't, Dig classifies it for you. For structured and unstructured sources, Dig will learn about what's inside if it’s PII. After we have found it, and classified it, Dig helps you lock it down.
Sonrai Dig delivers a platform for you that is the basis of a cloud security and risk operating model that spans cloud providers, container platforms, 3rd party data stores, and key stores. Data sovereignty, data movement and identity relationships are all monitored by Sonrai Dig's CSPM and reported to ensure conformance to GDPR, HIPAA and other compliance mandates. Resolutions are coordinated with relevant DevOps teams.
Do you have too many alerts going to the wrong teams? Sonrai Dig's Governance Automation Engine organizes alerts and actions in the way you organize your cloud. The platform is API driven so it tightly integrates into your CI/CD pipeline. Dig also automatically dispatches prevention and remediation bots and provides safeguards in the form of code promotion blocks to help to ensure end-to-end security in public cloud platforms.