Ensuring the delivery of secure applications in the cloud requires engagement from many functional teams. Foundational to this is bringing core development teams into the process of secure development practices. “Shifting left” requires integrating security practices much earlier in a project's CI/CD pipeline. Achieving success requires the integration of widely accepted operational tools, such as Slack. In conjunction with the Sonrai Slack App, organizations can leverage Slack as a cross-team engagement tool. This enables public cloud security concerns, found by the Sonrai Dig platform, to be sent to the most appropriate team depending on where app development sits across development, staging, and production.
It is not unusual for a large enterprise to have many cloud applications under development simultaneously by many teams. Additionally, for oversight over cloud security to roll up to a single cloud security and compliance team. It is critical for that team to be immediately notified when a security concern in production is found by Sonrai Dig. And for development and DevOps teams to be aware of security concerns earlier in the CI/CD pipeline. Sonrai Dig achieves this by allowing organizations to segment cloud resources by application or project (called a “swimlane”). Our integration with Slack allows organizations to send security ticket notifications into the most appropriate Slack channel.
Setting up the integration to send Sonrai Dig notifications to Slack is easy.
As a result, this slack integration configuration requires selecting the swimlane from which Sonrai tickets will be sent to slack, the type of tickets that will be sent to Slack (e.g., ticket open, ticket closed, ticket reopened), and the Slack channel where the notifications will be sent.
Slack has emerged as the go-to solution for DevOps teams. Although a centralized cloud identity and data security solution, like Sonrai Dig, is critical to reducing risk in public cloud, integrations with solutions like Slack is just as important. This enables you to empower teams to ensure the applications they deliver during the dev and test stages have met the company's criteria for a secure application. Via this integration, DevOps teams can be notified of security concerns without ever entering a centralized console. As a result, they can fix issues well before their code is promoted to production. At the same time, security teams can be notified if a security concern is introduced in a production environment.
Identity and data access complexity are exploding in your public cloud. Tens of thousands of pieces of compute, thousands of roles, and a dizzying array of interdependencies and inheritances. First-generation security tools miss this as evidenced by so many breaches. Sonrai Dig de-risks your cloud by finding these holes, helping you fix them, and preventing those problems from occurring in the first place. Schedule a conversation to talk with us about how we can help your enterprise.