As digital transformation has become a requirement among corporations globally, cloud adoption has been accelerated by the need to deliver more applications to market in less time. At this point security plays a major role.
Security has always been a major concern when any service is ready for go-live, but a more concerned domain is the one when security alerts are actually generated. Working on each one, rectify and; more importantly prioritizing the alerts sometimes end up even in a big loop-hole. To cater such needs, AWS has recently launched a service known as “Security Hub”, though it is still in preview mode.
AWS Security Hub enables multiple security warnings and allows alerts to be segregated and help to prioritize the ones which need the most attention. The feature is available with no additional cost. It collects data from AWS accounts, services and third-party partners to help analyze the security patterns.
Security Hub itself uses Amazon Guard Duty, Inspector and Amazon Macie. There are number of other partner security solutions as well for collection.
Manual compliance of the services running on AWS infrastructure can be hectic and can take up most of the production hours. Moreover, prioritizing the ones which could affect business is in fact an immense task. AWS security Hub feature assists to automate all such tasks, according to the CIS AWS foundations standards as well the third part compliance.
In addition to the default compliance insights, it also offers custom insights which will assist to track down the security issues which are specific to your services. The findings from multiple compliance processes can leave one with hundreds of results even after sorting them out numbers are in abundance. This is where AWS Security Hub comes in and aggregates, organizes and prioritize those findings.
As an AWS partner of this new service, Royal Cyber has recognized the need for its customers and wants to simplify and consolidate security proceedings with cloud environment. For more information about AWS Security Hub solutions or any other services on AWS, please visit us at www.royalcyber.com or write to us at email@example.com.