Pharmaceutical companies, operating in a high-stakes field predicated on intellectual property, have always been attractive targets for cybercriminals. The current attention to Covid-19 vaccine development and distribution may put an even bigger bull’s-eye on the industry. A serious vulnerability that companies need to address — like enterprises in every sector — is the compromise of identities and privileged access that can result from operating in constantly scaling hybrid and multicloud environments known as the cloud permissions gap. It’s an attack surface that is only going to continue growing, leaving companies susceptible to attacks that, in pharma, could result in devastating, even deadly, consequences.
Among the many changes of 2020, Gartner added a new category to its Identity and Access Management Technologies Hype Cycle: cloud infrastructure entitlement management.
Strategic partnership helps organizations standardized on AWS achieve comprehensive Zero Trust access through continuous permissions right-sizing SUNNYVALE, Calif. – (Feb. 19, 2021) – CloudKnox Security, the only cloud permissions management platform provider for hybrid and multi-cloud environments, continues to expand its industry-leading position today, improving the Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) space with a key […]
How can enterprises reduce their risk in the cloud? They need to understand the attack surface has changed and operate under the assumption that the number one risk to their hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure is a trusted identity with excessive high-risk permissions.
In 2020, when organizations were prioritizing digital transformation so they could pivot to remote work on an unprecedented scale, Gartner added a new category to its 2020 Hype Cycle for Identity and Access Management Technologies called Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM).
The fallout from the SolarWinds supply-chain cyberattack affecting U.S. government agencies and a slew of corporations won’t be fully known for some time, as agencies and businesses work to determine the extent of damage done.
The unrelenting expansion of cloud services has given organizations a lot of power and capabilities, but with those capabilities have come vulnerabilities.
CloudKnox Security, the only cloud permissions management platform provider for hybrid and multi-cloud environments, today strengthens its industry-leading position by extending support for container workloads on Kubernetes.
CloudKnox Security, the only cloud permissions management platform provider for hybrid and multi-cloud environments, today extended support for serverless functions on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Cloud Permissions Management Platform included in the TAG Cyber 2021 Security Annual SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CloudKnox Security, provider of the only cloud permissions management platform for hybrid and multi-cloud environments, today announced its selection by TAG Cyber as a Distinguished Vendor in the 2021 Security Annual. Through this inclusion, TAG Cyber recognizes CloudKnox as part of an […]
Cloud Permissions Management platform recognized by SINET’s committee of public and private sector experts September 16, 2020 09:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time SUNNYVALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–CloudKnox Security, provider of the only Cloud Permissions Management platform for hybrid and multi-cloud environments, was named a SINET 16 Innovator Award Winner for 2020. This coveted award recognizes 16 early stage […]
Platform delivers scalability, openness, reliability and automation to exceed demands of the Fortune 1000 SUNNYVALE, Calif. — September 10, 2020 — CloudKnox Security, provider of the only cloud permissions management platform for hybrid and multi-cloud environments, today announced its position at the forefront of the emerging Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) market. Defined by global research and […]