Organizations are increasing their reliance on the cloud to centralize business operations, allowing them to quickly scale and address growing technical needs without significantly impacting their bottom line. Yet, this new scalability introduces a new challenge — new users, endpoints, applications, and even whole new environments can be added and spun up without IT and security even knowing.
As part of our mission to help organizations of all sizes secure their cloud assets, JupiterOne announced a number of key initiatives with AWS this week at the 2022 re:Invent conference. These initiatives will help organizations strengthen their security posture while facilitating their cloud adoption journey.
JupiterOne for AWS startups and small businesses
Historically, JupiterOne has found its most active users (and loyal customers) among enterprise-sized organizations. Having a centralized view across all cyber assets in your digital environment — and using that to optimize your security workflows and scale your resources — comes in really handy when your cyber asset count is in the millions.
However, cyber asset visibility is not just for the Fortune 500. Even the smallest organizations can have tens of thousands of cyber assets to manage. That’s because we’re not just talking about endpoints or IP-based devices; we’re talking SaaS apps, code repos, IAM policies, security controls, vulnerability findings, and more. Plus, startups and small businesses aren’t exempt to security risks and compliance requirements just because of their size. They need help with attack surface management just like the big companies.
If your company is a startup or small business, we have good news for you. JupiterOne for AWS Startups and Small Business gives organizations of your size access to the JupiterOne platform at a discounted rate, only through AWS Marketplace.
By integrating JupiterOne with your AWS environment, you can leverage enterprise-grade software to get a holistic view of your cyber assets in AWS and use this visibility as the foundation of your security practice and address governance and compliance requirements from PCI and HIPAA, to NIST CSF, CIS benchmarks, and more. Click here to learn more about JupiterOne for AWS Startups + Small Businesses.
“As we build and take Udo to the next stage of growth, finding technology vendors that understand our business and technical needs is critical to our success. We are thrilled to leverage the JupiterOne for AWS Startups + Small Businesses program to gain access to the same technology that enterprise companies rely on as the foundation of our cloud infrastructure and security practice, and expect it to be a game-changer for Udo.”
- Jacob Lambert, Sr. DevOps Engineer at Udo
Participation in AWS Marketplace Vendor Insights
Purchasing security software, or any enterprise software for that matter, can be a daunting process for organizations with sophisticated procurement departments and processes, let alone anyone else. But that’s about to get a little easier for AWS customers who buy JupiterOne through AWS Marketplace.
At re:Invent, AWS announced the official launch of AWS Marketplace Vendor Insights, which simplifies third-party software risk assessments for customers by compiling security and compliance information in a unified dashboard. JupiterOne was chosen as one of the inaugural vendors to participate in the initiative, making it easier for customers to gain access to evidence related to our security posture, including data privacy and residency, application security, access control, and more.
Even after the initial procurement process, you can maintain ongoing visibility into JupiterOne’s security and compliance updates by signing up for notifications. Click here to learn more about AWS Marketplace Vendor Insights.
“Our customers tell us they need help finding SaaS software that can be utilized quickly. However, today’s paperwork-based process can take weeks and sometimes months. With AWS Marketplace Vendor Insights, customers can reduce the time it takes for assessment while getting access to more up to date information than the traditional paperwork-based approach. Organizations like JupiterOne have shown commitment to trust and transparency for their customers by implementing Vendor Insights.”
- Chris Grusz, General Manager of Worldwide ISV Alliances and AWS Marketplace at AWS
AWS joins JupiterOne Stellar Partner Program
Announced last month, the JupiterOne Stellar Partner Program brings together technology providers from key sectors in IT, Security, and DevOps to create a modern cloud-based technology stack that simplifies day-to-day operations for its users — all while reducing associated costs and resource burnout from the constant toggling between multiple siloed tools.
We are pleased to add AWS as a member of our Stellar Partner Program. Together, JupiterOne and AWS will deliver enhanced value to joint customers through focused co-building and co-selling efforts.
“We are thrilled to welcome AWS to the JupiterOne Stellar Partner Program and announce these major initiatives to deliver greater value to our customers. We are also honored to have been selected from among 100,000 worldwide partners to be an inaugural participant in the AWS Marketplace Vendor Insights program and a technology partner for Amazon Security Lake. JupiterOne and AWS customers stand to win tremendously from these joint initiatives, and we look forward to increasing our collaboration for many years to come.”
- Erkang Zheng, Founder and CEO of JupiterOne
JupiterOne at AWS re:Invent
We are at AWS re:Invent this week! Stop by the JupiterOne booth (#231) to learn more about all these initiatives and catch a demo of our cyber asset attack surface management (CAASM) platform. Mauricio Ruiz, our Senior Solutions Architect, delivered a session entitled Reducing Exposure in the Cloud, and our Senior Director of Cloud Alliances, Shane Jones, delivered a talk about Cyber Hygiene Strategies for Security Leaders. Both sessions will be available on-demand throughout December for virtual access.
In addition, we’ll be co-hosting the “DevOps and Darts” event with GitLab, Sysdig, VMware, and others. This event will take place at the Flight Club in the Venetian Resort later today, November 30, 2022 starting at 6:30pm PT. Interested AWS re:Invent attendees can register for the event here.
We hope to see you at the show! If you aren’t there this week (or you’re reading this after the conference ended), visit the JupiterOne listing in AWS Marketplace or book a demo of the JupiterOne platform today.