The Department of Defense and global brands trust RedLock to secure their public cloud environments.
RedLock enables agencies to confidently and seamlessly operate mission critical applications in public cloud environments.
Monitor, auto-remediate, and report on compliance using out-of-the-box policies for standards such as CIS, NIST CSF, SOC 2, PCI, and HIPAA.
Get a real-time inventory of all assets, monitor for policy violations, and automatically remediates issues to maintain a clean security posture.
The shared responsibility model of public cloud security clearly outlines the respective responsibilities of cloud service providers (CSP) and organizations. CSPs such as Amazon, Google, and Microsoft have rigorous security measures in place to address their obligations. Unfortunately, a vast majority of cloud security incidents to date have resulted from failures by organizations to implement proper in-cloud visibility tools, controls, and processes. To ensure security, agencies must address the following obligations in the shared responsibility model:
RedLock enables effective cloud threat defense across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud environments. The RedLock Cloud 360™ platform leverages native cloud provider APIs to continuously aggregate volumes of configuration, user activity, host vulnerability and network traffic data without impeding DevOps. It applies artificial intelligence to correlate the data and enables you to address your obligations in the shared responsibility model.
While the cloud enables agility by allowing users to create, modify, and destroy resources on-demand, this often occurs without any security oversight. RedLock provides hundreds of out-of-the-box policies for common security and compliance standards such as CIS, NIST CSF, SOC 2, PCI, and HIPAA to monitor public cloud environments. You can rest assured that any misconfigurations of cloud resources such as Amazon S3, Azure Network Security Groups, and Google Compute Engine will be immediately detected and remediated.
In cloud environments, multiple users have privileged access which enables productivity but creates greater risk of exposure. It is imperative to monitor users across your entire public cloud environment for anomalous activities. Unfortunately, the distributed nature of the cloud consisting of multiple accounts and regions makes this difficult. RedLock consumes audit logs from across your entire environment, enabling you to detect account compromises and insider threats.
The absence of a physical network boundary to the internet increases the attack surface in the cloud by orders of magnitude. Monitoring network traffic is necessary for detecting nefarious activity such as cryptojacking. However, traditional tools create security blind spots since they cannot be deployed for monitoring traffic to API-driven services. RedLock surfaces intrusions and enables you to investigate and respond to threats in your public cloud environment.
As is the case in on-premise environments, unpatched hosts in cloud computing environments are also vulnerable to attack. Relying on standalone vulnerability management tools is ineffective. These tools perform periodic scans of an environment to identify hosts with missing patches based on IP address. However, cloud environments are constantly changing and IP addresses are elastic, which makes the results unreliable. RedLock integrates with external vulnerability services to continuously scan your environment for unpatched hosts, especially those exposed to the internet.
The RedLock Cloud 360 platform is protected with multiple layers of security.
SOC 2 type II compliant
Runs on AWS which is SOC 2 type II, ISO 27001, HIPAA, and FedRAMP compliant
User behavior, network, and configuration monitoring with RedLock Cloud 360
Continuous vulnerability management with AWS Inspector and other tools
Identity and access management best practices (least privilege access, MFA, audit logging, etc.)
Data encrypted in transit and at rest (AES-256)