Govern Digital Transformation to Protect Customer Experiences and Operational Efficiency
To win customers and their loyalty, the travel and hospitality industry has embraced cloud to innovate and create differentiated experiences that are tailored and memorable. Whether a hotel or restaurant building, equipment, vehicles, or people, travel and hospitality companies use the public cloud to bring products and services to market quickly, delivering outstanding engagement at every point along the customer journey.
This continuous digital transformation comes with significant concerns, for example protecting personally identifiable information (PII), and there is frequently also a compliance requirement in the form of PCI DSS or other government, industry, or corporate standards. These challenges make security and compliance a strategic element of their adoption of cloud.
However, these companies can harness the public cloud without the loss of control. Leading travel and hospitality customers use Sonrai Dig to protect their public cloud environments from misconfiguration, policy violations, identity and data security challenges.
With automated, real-time remediation, Sonrai clients achieve continuous security and compliance, and can fully realize the benefits of the public cloud.
The core focus of cloud security is keeping your data secure. With more data moving to the cloud, maintaining the sanctity and integrity of this data and access to it becomes of paramount importance for travel and hospitality companies. With Sonrai Dig, your architecture is secure, agile, and compliant because our platform continuously monitors database and database service access to get immediate feedback on the health of your cloud.
Public cloud is complex. There are complex sets of microservices and serverless functions, fluid architectures, and thousands of pieces of people and non-people identities. This complexity in identity and data access leaves your organization at risk. Sonrai Dig de-risks your cloud by reducing complexity, finding security holes, helping fix them, and preventing those problems from occurring in the first place.
Risk can span across multiple areas within an environment, and a single risk factor can have numerous cross-organizational consequences. Different business units such as information security, compliance, DevOps, DevSecOps, and others are all critical stakeholders within an overall risk and compliance strategy. Yet these separate areas within an organization can support risk management, especially with regard to the measurement, management, and monitoring of processes and controls.
Sonrai Dig gives companies a cloud platform posture with out-of-the-box compliance frameworks and customizable controls. Our controls are organized into frameworks to support CIS, NIST, PCI, and many other compliance mandates. Privacy and compliance controls are monitored across multiple cloud providers and third-party data stores. The resolutions from reporting and auditing are coordinated with relevant teams.
There are many benefits to using AWS, but how do you manage security, compliance, and access risk within the AWS environment? Ignoring security gaps and relying on a single vendor dramatically increases risk, but with many cloud and security teams being asked to reduce costs in the challenging economic climate, taking a single vendor approach can be tempting. Watch this webinar to learn strategies to mitigate these risks.