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If your organization has workloads in Amazon Web Services (AWS), it’s vital to ensure that they are secured properly. AWS cloud attacks often occur because organizations fail to follow AWS’s Shared Responsibility Model and identify cloud misconfigurations.
Common AWS misconfigurations that can lead to cloud security data breaches include:
Open S3 Buckets Misconfigured IAM policies Unrestricted access to resources
Picus Cloud Security Validation (CSV) helps you secure your workloads in AWS by identifying cloud misconfigurations and overly permissive IAM policies - the two primary causes of AWS cloud data breaches.
Scanning core AWS services, Picus CSV identifies critical cloud misconfigurations that attackers could exploit. These include excessive privileges, exposed S3 buckets, and cryptographic failures.
By simulating cloud attacks in AWS, Picus CSV identifies overly permissive identity and access management (IAM) policies that could enable attackers to compromise cloud services and steal data.
The complexity and ever-evolving nature of AWS cloud environments means misconfigurations can easily occur.
Picus Cloud Security Validation not only helps to stay on top of cloud security risks by automating cloud security posture management. With AWS attack simulation, it also provides additional assurance that your cloud-native controls are configured optimally.
Validate security effectiveness across your organization’s attack surface
Validate and enhance the effectiveness of your existing security controls to prevent and detect the latest cyber threats.
Stop adversaries in their tracks by discovering the paths inside your network that could enable them to compromise critical assets.
Let’s link up! Our experts will be more than happy to help. We look forward to getting to know your organization, your priority challenges, pressing questions about breach and attack simulation, and more.
Why is AWS security?
AWS cloud security is the protection of AWS cloud infrastructure, services and data against cyber attacks.
Are AWS attack simulations safe to perform?
Picus Cloud Security Validation simulates attacks in a local policy simulator to ensure that attack scenarios won’t impact cloud operations.
How regularly should AWS cloud audits be performed?
Due to constant changes within AWS environments, such as the deployment of new users, services and assets, Picus recommends that organizations should perform cloud audits on at least a weekly basis.