Protect the Games You Build in the Public Cloud
The gaming industry has been at the forefront of cloud adoption, with many companies "born in the cloud." The use of the public cloud delivers an unparalleled ability to rapidly bring new products and applications to market, and flexibly scale them in real-time to meet demand.
This agility is reliant on providing self-service access for developers to the public cloud. Maintaining control of your cloud with that kind of access requires gaming companies to put strategies in place that protect personally identifiable information (PII) and meet compliance requirements in the form of PCI or other government, industry, or corporate standards. These challenges make security and compliance a strategic element of their use of the cloud.
Sonrai Dig can accelerate innovation using the public cloud without the loss of control. Leading organizations use Sonrai Dig to protect their public cloud environments from misconfiguration, policy violations, identity, and data governance.
With relentless remediation, Sonrai Security clients achieve continuous security and compliance, and can fully realize the benefits of the cloud by migrating regulated workloads and building next-generation applications.
Since their inception, gaming platforms have relied on custom network procedures deployed with performance as the single most important factor to development. Security sometimes takes a backseat. With Sonrai Dig, developers at gaming companies are empowered to deliver faster, more flexible applications securely while preventing unintended and mistaken data exposure. We help your architecture to be secure, agile, and compliant. Extend execution integrity to monitoring of all data, resources, and microservices across your public cloud.
Put best practices in place by continuously monitoring database and database service access to get immediate feedback on the health of your AWS, Azure, GCP, and Kubernetes environments. Insufficient protection of your data in the cloud can cause significant harm to your business. Using Sonrai Dig to discover and monitor access to these critical stores and resources can ensure data in the cloud remains secure.
Deploying workloads into the cloud can quickly involve complex sets of microservices and serverless functions in fluid architectures that change every few minutes or seconds. The result is a constantly changing security environment, with thousands of pieces of compute across hundreds of roles. This complexity in identity and data access leaves your company at risk if your controls are not met or enforced.
With Sonrai Dig, your company can reduce complexity to better manage its resources whether it is people, processes, policies, or compute. Dig can decode permissions and activity of roles and identities so your organization may track permissions and monitor activity of all of these identities as they create roles, assume roles, and gain access to your data.
The video game industry is truly an innovation leader, with decades of experience developing solutions to the challenges they’ve met along the way. They know that the best way to protect revenue and reputation is to proactively build security into the software development life cycle.
Sonrai Dig fits into your life cycle by giving your gaming organization prevention and remediation bots to fix data and identity access problems that are found across your public cloud. Dig puts prevention rules in place and makes sure they stay in place. As people try to move workloads to production, checks are in place, and promotion only happens if your risk policies are followed. With policies applied to swimlanes, your organization can prevent the creation or change of risky cloud services and thus eliminate the possibility of risks being created in the first place.
Cloud computing has helped healthcare cloud professionals to quickly spin up or spin down a resource to fulfill the increased demand of new healthcare application workloads. However, when working in a cloud environment, monitoring the security state of multiple workloads while meeting the growing number of Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance requirements can be challenging. How do you know if your security posture across all workloads is at the highest-possible level?