Roughly 55% of organizations still rely on traditional on-premise systems, but analysts confirm that more companies are committing to long-term cloud operations. As your company migrates to AWS, whether you are moving workloads from on-premises environments or diversifying your cloud footprint to support customers, the big question becomes: how do you enable teams to transition securely and at their own pace?
AWS provides a lot of resources in its Prescriptive Guidance, as well as services to support customers throughout the migration. However, as a company’s use of AWS grows, data often becomes siloed across different systems, and business context gets lost to institutional knowledge.
A security analyst’s job, whether they focus on incident response or day-to-day operational excellence, involves a lot of detective work. (The word “analyst” is in the job title for a reason.) Siloed data makes security gaps especially difficult to see, and without the proper knowledge of business context, the right remediation steps can’t be automated. No automation means no scale for the already resource-constrained security teams.
JupiterOne simplifies the detective work and enables precise automation by aggregating and normalizing the data across AWS, your identity provider, code management, vulnerability scanners, and EDR vendors.
Find common elusive security gaps in your AWS environment at scale
In addition to cloud security posture management features that monitor your EC2 instances, network configurations, databases, and S3 buckets, the JupiterOne AWS Integration Suite helps you protect your AWS environment’s security by checking for more than standard infrastructure.
JupiterOne combines the power and information from over 70 AWS services, which enables you to precisely monitor your cloud environment as teams migrate their workloads. Easily answer specific questions like:
- Which nonpublic data stores are publicly accessible?
- Which resources are missing endpoint protection?
- Which of my workloads have open Inspector or GuardDuty findings on them?
- Which instances and workloads are running behind each load balancer, and how are my load balancers configured?
- Which data stores are encrypted with a specific customer-managed KMS key?
- What data does this Lambda Function have access to based on its assigned roles?
- What are my orphaned resources and who might be the most likely owners?
All it takes to get your answer is a simple, read-only, API-based integration and then ask JupiterOne! The platform maps the relationships in your cyber asset environment, and you receive critical context and detail to:
- Cut incident triage time,
- Enrich and streamline alerts,
- Prioritize projects, and
- Continuously monitor for drift from security controls.
Secure cloud migration at the pace of business
JupiterOne’s goal is to shorten the cycle of security analysis by reducing manual actions like logging in and out of AWS accounts during incident investigation and comparing exported data from various tools and vendors. Here are just a few examples of how you can use JupiterOne to help you analyze alerts and incidents faster:
- Turn your findings into referenceable assets: Ingest findings and alerts from AWS CloudWatch, GuardDuty, Config, Inspector, and Macie and see how they are related to other cyber assets.
- Manage access policies and roles: Access reviews are extremely necessary but often cumbersome to execute. JupiterOne can ingest roles and IAM policies to minimize privilege creep and monitor access to critical resources.
- Map crypto keys to databases and ownership: Many tools can check if encryption is enabled for a datastore, but most CSPs don’t track keys as assets and inform which specific keys encrypt which databases, or which SSH keys are used to access which EC2 instances. JupiterOne lets you map your keys to what they’re protecting from one place.
- Learn where production resources are linked: JupiterOne ingests your AWS SNS and SQS Queues to help you identify orphaned topics and queues and access to these resources so you can protect the potential infrastructure and production-related information contained within them.
By monitoring and surfacing how each of your configurations are connected to each other, JupiterOne users can proactively protect their AWS environment in a granular way designed for modern applications. See the full list of services and entities we ingest in our integration docs, and see a product demonstration from one of our Architects.