Cloud security services

Hosting IT infrastructure in public (or private) cloud is quite common nowadays. It provides better stability, streamlined maintenance and flexibility. Unfortunately, as any other new technology, it also brings many new security challenges. For example there are well known issues with public accessible cloud storage or exposed keys to cloud API. Our own research proofs that 21% of cloud storage containers (AWS S3 buckets) are publicly readable and 6% are also writable.

 

To help you to properly secure your cloud environments, we deliver broad spectrum of cloud security services. If you are already hosting your application or data in the cloud, then ask us for details in following areas:

  • Penetration testing of cloud environments.
  • Cloud configuration review.
  • Cloud environment hardening.

If you are at the planning stage, we can help you to design secure cloud infrastructure.

 

Our know-how includes major players in the field of public cloud infrastructures (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform) but also private cloud platforms like OpenStack. The cloud market is changing constantly, so there is no way to mention all the cloud technologies we’re working with. Please let us know what are your cloud security needs and we will prepare a statement of work customized for your needs.

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