I am thrilled to announce Horangi’s recent mention in Gartner’s security report for Emerging Technologies & Trends Impact Radar: Security for 2021 as a sample vendor for Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM). Last year Horangi was also listed in Gartner’s Market Guide for Compliance Automation Tools in DevOpsGartner’s Market Guide for Compliance Automation Tools in DevOps.
We believe Horangi being listed as a Sample Vendor in this cloud security report, especially in the CIEM space, is a testament to the excellence that we strive to deliver. Our flagship product, Warden, is enriched with CIEM, CSPM, Compliance Automation, and Real-Time Threat Detection capabilities. It is a human-centric, agentless security platform that sets up in minutes and delivers only relevant security alerts at the right time, giving your organization the freedom to innovate in the cloud, at build time!
According to the report, “Managing entitlements in cloud infrastructure is a complex task due to their dynamic and granular nature, but the problem is further aggravated in multi-cloud environments where the entitlements are inconsistently defined. Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) tools help organizations manage cloud access risks via administration-time controls for the governance of entitlements in hybrid and multi-cloud IaaS.”
Gartner also highlighted the need to repurpose identity and access management (IAM) to align to new architectural models, with the aim to improve the user experience and make authentication and authorization processes more dynamic, among the four broad areas identified across emerging technologies.
Warden’s Access Paths Improves Your IAM Security Strategy
At Horangi, we understand that a CIEM tool like Warden fills a gap that exists in traditional IAM tools, as well as in cloud infrastructure and platform services (CIPS) and CSPM platforms. You can read the full security report on Emerging Technologies & Trends Impact Radar: Security here. (Gartner subscription required)
It is often said that attackers think in graphs and defenders think in lists. And to mitigate the challenges our crown jewels face, we need to harness the power of graph representations and make our environments easier to understand through graph visualizations. The true power of graphs does not only reside in displaying information, but rather by helping us to frame how we think about relationships between entities and helping us see where we should take action to address issues.
With Warden IAM’s Graph Visualization, you can easily uncover not-so-obvious intricate identities and entitlement patterns, making fraud evasion harder. Access graphs can be helpful for early fraud detection, as cybersecurity data from various sources is displayed visually and intuitively. Using graphs, charts, and real-time dashboards, as a cybersecurity professional, you can reduce clutter, making it simpler to spot anomalies. Instead of digging via multiple logs or reports, using a graphical visualization makes the most vital threat indicators apparent.
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If you are having trouble answering “who has access to my crown jewels and how did they get the access?” then get in touch with us for a quick demo of Warden, an all-in-one solution for cloud security.
Source: Gartner, Emerging Technologies and Trends Impact Radar: Security Published 12 October 2021
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