Security Teams:

A single picture of risk and how to fix it

Address risk while fostering collaboration to power a culture of team accountability

The move to cloud from datacenters was a tremendous opportunity for security teams and helped to make their operation more secure than ever

But Secops teams lost control of critical infrastructure and their security posture in many organizations.

Cloud security isn’t about ownership, it’s about collaboration. With many more people working in the cloud and responsibility of infrastructure shared across teams, security teams need better visibility, alert delegation, and reporting to get the accountability they need.

Easily understand your cloud

A primary frustration is complex answers to simple questions. You should be able to simply ask, “give me a list of everything in my cloud, ” and see it.

To start addressing risk in a coherent way, you need a unified view of your assets, services, and identities. And you need a clear picture of who’s doing what to those assets, when.

Sonrai makes your cloud easier to understand, organizing it by workload importance and team ownership. A unified picture of risk shows the cross-section of where possible exploits in the perimeter and paths to sensitive data interact.

Collaborate and create accountability

Security can’t understand everything about the cloud alone. They need a cloud team, devops, and sometimes developers themselves to work in tandem with them.

Here’s the give-and-take: security needs to enforce policies only where they’re needed, avoiding unnecessary friction with the development process. In turn, security can take a collaborative approach to risk remediation. With Sonrai, you’re able to:

  • Understanding which teams own what parts of the cloud
  • Implement smart enforcement of policies to avoid unnecessary friction with development
  • Delegate alerts to the person who knows the environment best

Mature over time & give the team and execs KPIs they will like

Security always seems to have to fight for its initiatives. Quantifying security’s impact beyond “we haven’t been breached yet” has always been a challenge.

Sonrai’s reporting is changing that. Security maturity goals, tailored to each environment, provide exec-friendly metrics on improvement over time. They also set realistic goals for security teams and milestones that reflect personnel value more accurately than “tickets closed.”

When it comes to cloud security, speak one language, from the board room to the SecOps room

Let us show you how to get all of your teams

seeing the same picture.