Posts tagged DivvyCloud

5 min Cloud Security

Looking Back and Moving Forward With Rapid7’s Cloud Security Solution

The DivvyCloud by Rapid7 team has had a busy and productive start to 2021, and we anticipate that the rest of this year will be equally exciting for our valued customers.

3 min Cloud Security

DivvyCloud Adds Support for IAM Analyzer Policy Recommendations

Rapid7 built out support for the IAM Access Analyzer policy recommendations to DivvyCloud within 48 hours of AWS’s announcement.

3 min Cloud Security

What's New in DivvyCloud by Rapid7: February 2021 Feature Releases

February was another busy month for DivvyCloud by Rapid7. Here is a round-up of the releases we made throughout the month.

1 min DivvyCloud

A Quick Look Into Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM)

In its 2020 Cloud Security Hype Cycle, Gartner included a new category and corresponding “C” acronym, “CIEM.” This new archetype describes solutions focused on cloud identity & access management (IAM), which is often too complex & dynamic to be managed effectively by native CSP tools alone.

2 min DivvyCloud

A Quick Look Into Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPPs)

According to Gartner, CWPPs are workload-centric security offerings that target the unique protection requirements of workloads in modern hybrid, multi-cloud data center architectures.

2 min DivvyCloud

A Quick Look Into Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM)

The cloud security solutions market is growing rapidly, and there are many types of solutions to support your specific business needs. But figuring out the right tool—let alone the right type of tool—can be difficult.

3 min DivvyCloud

DivvyCloud by Rapid7: Feature Release 20.7

This well-rounded release includes a new Microsoft Azure Security Pack, expanded support for Azure resources, added AWS support, and several enhancements applicable to all clouds.

6 min Cloud Security

A Holistic Approach to Kubernetes Security and Compliance

Taking a holistic approach to security and risk is essential for any organization that uses Kubernetes or another cloud-based container platform.

9 min Cloud Security

Augmenting Native Cloud Service Provider Security

Most organizations already have some level of cloud infrastructure services; infrastructure-as-a-service , platform-as-a-service, function-as-a-service or serverless—and as more workloads migrate to and are built on the cloud, the top cloud security concern for any organization is a data breach.

3 min DivvyCloud

The Net Effect: Why Cloud IAM Is So Difficult

Managing identity and access management (IAM) in the cloud is a complex problem—far more complex than it is in traditional, on-premises IT environments guarded by an explicit firewall.

2 min Cloud Security

DivvyCloud by Rapid7 Announces New Infrastructure as Code Security Capability

DivvyCloud by Rapid7, the leading cloud security platform, today released a new core capability, Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Security. This capability integrates cloud security into the DevOps process, improving developer productivity and preventing cloud security issues during the build process.

2 min DivvyCloud

Security Isn’t a Four-Letter Word: How Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Amplifies DevOps Through the Inclusion of Security

Our fast-paced lives are fueled by innovative, cloud-native companies. We are able to watch our favorite programs and movies from anywhere in the world on any device. We are able to collaborate with our colleagues on an upcoming presentation, regardless of whether we’re in the office or at home.

2 min DivvyCloud

What Is Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM)?

As the cloud grows, so too does the playing field of participants. Between infrastructure management (IaaS, PaaS, fPaaS, SaaS, Raas) security, CI/CD, and trying to navigate all of the nuances in between, it’s difficult to keep track of what each category of tooling includes.

3 min Cloud Security

Deploying Kubernetes Across Multiple Clouds

Kubernetes is essentially a container orchestration platform. It is not a container runtime (software that executes containers and manages container images on a node), meaning it doesn’t replace Docker.