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Do you know how your cloud data could be exfiltrated?​

Eliminate Invisible and Risky Access to Cloud Infrastructure and Data

As part of the move to the cloud, you must start to look at the identities beyond a person, and the rules and roles around that, which will really protect your data. It’s no longer just protecting the data, but finding who has access to it.

Sean Ventura CISO Atmosera

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.

Director, Global Information Security

Top 5 US Bank, NY

Cloud creates untenable and continuous data exfiltration risk caused by thousands of distributed access and entitlements

In this state, cloud and security teams need to know:

1. Who has access to what?

2. Who is accessing what?

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

Continuous visibility to all identities, infrastructure and data

Identities

Cloud infrastructure

Data

Prioritize and remediate risks across all access and breach pathways

Secure your cloud infrastructure and data with Stack Identity

Identity and access vulnerabilities create data exfiltration risks

DIRECT & INDIRECT Access

Over-privileged access

Invisible access to cloud

EXCESSIVE ACCESS

Unused Access

Unsafe Access

Stack Identity’s live data attack map reveals pathways to cloud data created by thousands of dynamic human and API identities

We help you answer these questions:

  1. Which pathways to my cloud data are most vulnerable to attack?
  2. What human and non-human Identities exist in my cloud?
  3. Who’s accessing my data now?
  4. How many ways can my sensitive data be exfiltrated?
  5. What has recently changed in my access controls?