Secure Access and Manage your Human and Machine Identity Lifecycle

  • Validate and Grant Appropriate Access to all Identities
  • Detect and Remediate Identity Threats and Access Posture Risks
  • Automate Risk-based Access Reviews

Hear from Industry Experts

The biggest risk to protecting cloud platforms, including AWS, is securing who has access to it, and in an overly-permissioned environment with multiple identities involved, data exfiltration can occur through multiple shadow access pathways. Continuous visibility with rich context is essential to empower security and engineering teams to audit, govern, and promptly rightsize access.

Sean Ventura

Head of Security & Compliance, KinderCare

Managing the inventory of what is out there in the Cloud and who has access to what, will be a big challenge with the containerized and microservices based deployment in Public Cloud.

Top 5 US Bank, NY

Director, Global Information Security

The status quo of overly permissioned cloud accounts with long-standing privileges and static entitlements creates an environment where Shadow Access thrives. The Shadow Access research report brings a data-driven baseline to identify gaps in IAM governance and how best to rethink the governance process to effectively work in automated cloud-native environments.

Ken Foster

VP of IT Governance, Risk and Compliance, FLEETCOR

Our AWS cloud ecosystem is a mix of automated DevOps and manually managed infrastructure. “Stack Identity gives continuous visibility into our data exposure risks with the ability to automate least privileged enforcement for both our security and engineering operations teams.”

Steve De Jong

Distinguished Engineer, Vercara

Reveal Shadow Access Across Data, Apps and Cloud

Our approach quickly revealed

PROGRAMMATIC ACCESS TO AN EXTERNAL VENDOR WAS COMPROMISED

THAT CAUSED S3 TO BE USED FOR CRYPTO MINING AND MALWARE HOSTING

SERVER-LESS (LAMBDA) FUNCTION REPLACED WITH MALICIOUS CODE THAT

ADDED AN IAM USER FOR AN ATTACKERS ACCESS FROM OUTSIDE

ABUSED IAM PERMISSIONS ATTACHED TO AN APPLICATION INSTANCE OR APPLICATION RUNNING ON

A COMPUTE INSTANCE TO EXFILTRATE SENSITIVE DATA

COMPROMISED RESOURCE BASED POLICY TO

CREATE A BACKDOOR FOR THE ATTACKER

INVISIBLE ACCESS FOR AN ATTACKER

BECAUSE THE AWS POLICY CONSOLE DOES NOT SHOW UP EFFECTIVE PERMISSIONS OR INHERITED PERMISSION TO AN IDENTITY OR RESOURCE