Just about every process in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is regulated by identity access management (IAM). Yet, when it comes to IAM while using GCP, many users today are making major mistakes. Unfortunately, these missteps lead to critical security vulnerabilities that can compromise systems and applications. So, what do misconfigurations look like in GCP?
Our 7 Common Data Misconfigurations for Google Cloud Platform and How to Avoid Them eBook is designed to discuss some of the common GCP configuration mistakes, including excessive permissions and user privilege escalation, storage access and constraints. Our eBook details the missteps enterprise orgs may make — and how others can avoid them to ensure security across their cloud.
In our eBook, you’ll learn the:
- Breakdown of confusing ‘allUsers’ group and ‘allAuthenticatedUsers’
- Examples of identities with excessive permissions
- Review the constraint that’s most relevant to GCP misconfiguration
- Tips to avoid cloud misconfigurations in the future