Sécurité du cloud : Visibility and Insight Into All of Your Cloud Infrastructure
Your Go-To-Hub for All Things Cloud Security
Cloud security includes processes, tools, resources and policies to continually assess all assets within your cloud environments so you can discover and remediate vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and other security issues.
It’s an emerging and evolving process, but you can make your cloud security program stronger by adopting some best practice recommendations.
Guide de gestion de la sécurité du cloud
Effective cloud security requires continuous vulnerability assessment and constant attack surface insight and assessment.En savoir plus
Securing Cloud Infrastructure with Cyber Exposure
Driven by an ever-expanding attack surface, cloud environments are changing the way you think about cyber risk.En savoir plus
Frequently Asked Questions About Cloud Security
Have questions about cloud security? Check out this Frequently Asked Questions for answers.En savoir plus
Cloud Security Solutions
Learn how Tenable.io can give you a unified view of your entire attack surface, including all assets in your cloud environments.En savoir plus
Tenable Community for Cloud Security
Tenable Community is the best place to talk about cloud security, ask questions, and share tipsEn savoir plus
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Cloud Assets, Vulnerabilities and Exposures
Eliminate Blind Spots and Secure Everything in the Cloud
- Your security team needs continuous visibility into your IT attack surface, including cloud environments.
- Legacy vulnerability management tools don’t always work in the cloud, leaving you with blind spots and vulnerable to risks.
- Managing your risks in public cloud infrastructure is challenging, but understanding the role cloud assets play in your Cyber Exposure will help you better protect your organization.
Growing From Vulnerability Management to Cyber Exposure
Managing Cyber Risk in a Dynamic, Cloud-native Infrastructure Requires More Than Legacy Vulnerability Management Tools
Netskope is a cloud access security broker (CASB) vendor whose patented Cloud XD technology gives clients 360-degree visibility into the cloud with data protection.
To manage the company’s cloud-native infrastructure, the Netskope team wanted to evolve its cybersecurity risk management from legacy vulnerability management to a more strategic approach for Cyber Exposure.
Netskope wanted more inclusive and holistic cyber risk management strategies, which revealed there was a gap between what the company wanted to accomplish and existing vulnerability management tools.
The team’s goal was to move from vulnerability overload—data with no context and no insight to quickly prioritize risk and response—to a more effective way to manage cyber risk decisions.
For this transition, Netskope deployed Tenable for continuous visibility into its Cyber Exposure. With Tenable’s advanced reporting, the company can now align its security goals to business objectives.
Reducing Cyber Exposure from Cloud to Containers
Lessons Learned by Industry Leaders
Do you know how to protect all of your dynamic assets to reduce your cyber exposures within the cloud?
Tenable recently connected with 29 global security professionals and posed the question, “How have modern assets like cloud instances, web-based applications, mobile devices, application containers, and others affected your security and risk management program?”
Their answers are as varied as their experience, but several unifying themes emerged, including:
- The need to have more collaboration between security professionals and app developers
- More emphasis on continuous scanning value and detection
- Data-centric security strategies
This white paper, which shares almost 30 individual essays, gives insight into lessons they've learned and offers recommendations on how you can decrease your Cyber Exposure to keep your cloud assets safe.
In this white paper, you'll also learn more about how you can:
- Better secure your dynamic IT environment
- Develop a security plan for your cloud environments
- Automate cloud security testing and controls
- Move security to the application layer
SANS White Paper: Guide de gestion de la sécurité du cloud
Get Complete Visibility Into Your Cloud Infrastructure
The highly dynamic nature of the cloud means now, more than ever, it's imperative to adopt cloud security vulnerability and remediation processes that are as agile and efficient as those you have for on-premises assets.
About 41% of organizations, according to a SANS Institute survey, have adapted—or are in the process of adapting—vulnerability management strategies for cloud environments.
While much of what you know about legacy vulnerability management is applicable for the cloud, there are several core differences.
Effective cloud security requires continuous vulnerability assessment, as well as constant attack surface insight and assessment.
This white paper explores the scope of vulnerability and threat management for cloud environments, and offers tips about how you can:
- Find vulnerabilities in a hybrid or off-premises model with a cloud-native approach
- Understand DevOps infrastructure-as-code model
- Evaluate threats and protect your cloud data and cloud assets
Les caractéristiques indispensables d'une solution cloud de gestion des vulnérabilités
Critical Factors to Explore So You Can Manage Vulnerabilities in the Cloud
From ease of deployment and maintenance, to scalability and flexibility, an increasing number of organizations around the globe are moving their business processes and applications from on-premises to the cloud.
But the speed at which the cloud enables your operation to grow and change creates challenges for your security team trying to catch up.
If you’re considering a cloud vulnerability management solution, where do you begin and how do you know which solution is right for you?
From setting goals to understanding solution capabilities, this guide will walk you through five key areas, including questions you should ask about product capabilities, coverage and updates.
You’ll also learn more about:
- How to set cloud security program goals and use them in your solution assessments
- How vulnerability management solutions should deliver core capabilities
- How a quality cloud vulnerability management solution handles current and emerging threats
- How vulnerability management providers use the cloud and how to keep it secure
Keep Your Head in the Cloud with Tenable Community
Connect With Other Cloud Security Professionals
Cloud security is a rapidly changing and ever-growing discipline; that’s why you should consider connecting with other practitioners to ask questions, share tips and get advice about best practices to help keep your cloud environments safe.
Tenable Community is a great place to interact with other professionals interested in cloud security, including insight on how Tenable can help you protect your attack surface on-premises, in the cloud or a hybrid of both.
New enhancements in Tenable.io
In addition to the ability to create customized widgets to personalize your Tenable.io dashboards, Tenable.io now includes integration with Google Cloud Security Command Center (SCC) and the ability to add multiple cloud accounts within a single connector with Cloud Connectors for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform (GCP).En savoir plus
How do I secure public cloud and DevOps?
Disciplined use of public cloud is a boon to security—as long as you use DevOps methodologies and technologies wisely. Immutable containers, microservices and automated security testing can improve your security.En savoir plus
Can I use Tennable.io to scan Azure portal?
Tenable.io uses connectors, including third-party data connectors, to import assets from other platforms. Vulnerability management includes connectors for the following platforms: Amazon Web Service (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Microsoft Azure.En savoir plus
Frequently Asked Questions About Cloud Security
Do you have questions about cloud security? Here are some frequently asked questions and answers:
What is cloud security?
What security risks exist for cloud computing?
Why is cloud security important?
What are cloud attacks?
Tenable Integrates with Google Cloud Security Command Center, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services
Tenable.io now integrates with Google Cloud Security Command Center (Cloud SCC), Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide you with more visibility into your public and private cloud assets—all through a single dashboard. This integration means you can now better manage your Cyber Exposure across your entire attack surface, including the cloud, to reduce your organization’s cyber risk.
Aligning Cloud Security With Your Cyber Exposure Lifecycle
Cloud solutions are all about speed, scale and usability.
While cloud infrastructure brings many benefits and flexibility to your organization, it can also increase your cyber risk. From asset discovery to benchmarking success, your cloud security processes should correlate with the five phases of the Cyber Exposure lifecycle:
If your organization has moved processes and applications to the cloud, then you likely know it’s built for speed and you can easily scale with it. And while that’s great for business efficiencies, it can create new challenges for your security team by inadvertently increasing your cyber risks.
Tenable’s Cloud Connectors for Amazon Web Service (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Microsoft Azure enable detection of new short-lived compute asset deployments across cloud environments. That means you can keep up with cloud-native assets like auto-scaling, on-demand instances and container deployments.
If you’re using legacy vulnerability management scanning tools for your cloud environments, you may have blind spots within your attack surface.
Instead of those legacy tools, harden your cloud infrastructure based on Center for Internet Security (CIS) best practices.
From host to workloads and data, Tenable can help you find vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and other security issues across all your cloud assets so you can plan and prioritize for remediation.
Once you’ve assessed all of the assets across your cloud environments, you need to prioritize which vulnerabilities pose the greatest threat to your organization.
Tenable enables you to automatically analyze those risks by evaluating threat intelligence, exploit availability and other vulnerability data so you can prioritize remediation for those most likely to impact your organization in the near future.
Then you can use custom dashboards within Tenable.io to share that information with your DevOps team, and you can automatically send information to your Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) with event context.
Once you’ve discovered all of the assets within your IT attack surface—including your cloud infrastructure and discovered your vulnerabilities, misconfigurations and other security issues–you’ll need to prioritize them for risk so you can quickly and efficiently remediate issues.
Tenable enables you to shift left with your cloud security so you can find vulnerabilities before they reach production. You can create secure machine and container images before deployment to prevent additional vulnerabilities and you can integrate your vulnerability management processes into your CI/CD systems.
Additionally, bug-tracking and remediation tools that use APIs enable you to track bugs and seamlessly integrate remediation into your DevOps.
Finally, all of these steps align to determine your organization’s complete Cyber Exposure.
You can use Tenable’s advanced analytics and scoring to get a clearer picture of your actual organizational risk. From there, you can communicate your cloud security program success and weaknesses to your key stakeholders and team members so you can plan for program growth and improvements.
Internal benchmarking will help you analyze how your program measures up across departments and industry peer benchmarking helps you evaluate your processes against similar organizations.
From here, you can align your security program goals with your organizational goals to facilitate stronger decision-making and planning for your organization.
Protect Your Cloud Environments With a Risk-Based Approach to Vulnerability Management
Legacy Vulnerability Management Tools Can’t Meet All Your Cloud Needs
Cloud environments enable your business to quickly build and scale new infrastructure and rapidly react to customer demands. But without the right capabilities in place to detect and manage vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in an ever-changing environment, this speed and scalability can be a double-edged sword.
Legacy vulnerability management can’t keep pace with this new paradigm, and point solutions lead to information silos without a unified view of all vulnerabilities.
Your security teams need to adopt a risk-based vulnerability management approach to find all vulnerabilities across your attack surface so you can focus on the critical security issues that matter most—vulnerabilities that are the most likely to be exploited.
Here’s a quick summary of how you can adopt a risk-based approach for cloud vulnerability management:
Identify cloud assets in a dynamic environment
Use scan templates and deployment models built for cloud providers and cloud-native infrastructure
Plan and execute vulnerability remediation based on business risk, using machine learning to correlate vulnerability severity, probability of exploitation and asset criticality
From development to operations, prioritize which exposures to fix first, and leverage powerful integrations to optimize your entire vulnerability management lifecycle
Mesurer et comparer la Cyber Exposure pour améliorer les décisions métier et technologiques
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Get the most accurate visibility and insight into your dynamic cloud environments with Tenable.io so you can continuously assess your cloud infrastructure, uncover vulnerabilities, and prioritize remediation to protect your modern IT attack surface.
Cloud Security Blog Bytes
Securing Cloud Infrastructure with Cyber Exposure
Today, all of your cloud assets, data, and workloads must be included in your overall cybersecurity strategy.
To keep your cloud environments as safe as your on-prem assets, you need complete visibility into your cloud infrastructure, supporting compliance, policies and vulnerability remediation plans.
This webinar takes a closer look at the role cloud security plays in your overall cyber exposure and will help you answer three important questions about the security of your cloud environment: Où sommes-nous exposés ?What should I focus on first? How do I reduce our exposures over time?
How to Secure Public Cloud and DevOps? Get Unified Visibility
Most security solutions focus on physical, on-prem assets and not the ever-changing world of cloud environments.
This creates challenges for your security team because you need to have flexibility and scalability to keep track of what’s happening within your cloud infrastructure as quickly and dynamically as it changes and evolves.
This blog also explores how you can use cloud connectors, container runtime scanning, and web app scanning to help keep your cloud environments secure.
De nouvelles fonctions pour identifier et évaluer automatiquement les assets non conformes
Your attack surface is ever-changing and expanding, new device types like mobile, cloud, DevOps, OT, and IoT are accelerating, and the volume of unknown assets across your organization is always increasing.
Tenable.io and Tenable.sc both deliver total asset discovery capabilities so you can automatically detect all assets across your entire attack surface—including cloud environments—then assess them for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations so you can prioritize plans to fix them.
Tenable’s Cloud Connectors create visibility into AWS, Azure and GCP so you can see which cloud instances are active at any time. That data is then integrated into Tenable.io, along with your other asset data.
Cloud Security On Demand
Reducing Risk in Public Cloud Environments
As your organization moves from on-premises to cloud environments—or a hybrid of the two—your vulnerability management and assessment strategies need to be agile and dynamic. That includes having complete visibility into your cloud environments so you can discover vulnerabilities, hunt down malware, and fix misconfigurations.
If you’re in a cloud environment, then visibility for your AWS, Azure and GCP assets is imperative to keep your organization safe.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to get a unified view of Cyber Exposure in your cloud infrastructure so you can prioritize response and mitigation. You’ll also learn about processes and tools to remove blind spots in your attack surface, secure your cloud assets and apps, and integrate with CI/CD for effective and fast remediation.
Cloud-Delivered Security: Why It’s Your Best Bet
Moving business processes to the cloud is a priority for many organizations. It’s a move that often saves money, speeds up processes, and increases flexibility and scalability for organizations of all sizes.
Unfortunately, most security teams still approach vulnerability and risk management from an on-premises focus. Because most on-premises security tools won’t work or are limited in cloud environments, your security team must be ready to adapt and adopt tools focused on also protecting your cloud assets.
So where do you begin?
First, you must understand the current state of all of your assets, including those in the cloud, so you can assess your full organization risk, and you’ll need continuous visibility into all your assets.
In this webinar, you’ll learn more about how you can get this visibility and the benefits of using cloud-delivered security solutions compared to traditional on-premises approaches.
Using Tenable.io Vulnerability Management with Amazon Web Services (AWS)
If you’re shifting your workloads from on-premises to the cloud, you are facing unique challenges when it comes to protecting your organization from cyber risk.
For example, Amazon Web Services (AWS) uses a shared responsibility model where AWS is responsible for the physical security of the cloud, but you are responsible for your data and workloads. That means you need insight into all of your cloud assets so you can continuously discover vulnerabilities and other security issues and quickly fix them.
Tenable.io is specifically designed to tackle these challenges and give you more insight into your cloud risks.
In this webinar, learn how to:
- Access and use Tenable’s pre-authorized scanner
- Audit your AWS environment to see if you have any configuration issues
- Conduct assessments with Nessus Agents
Tenable.io : Modern Vulnerability Management for the Cloud
Tenable.io is the foundation of a strong cloud security program. Whether your organization is large or small, you can put Tenable.io to work for you so you can effectively and efficiently discover, assess, prioritize, remediate and measure all of your cloud assets to decrease your organization’s cybersecurity risks.
To gain full visibility into your entire attack surface, including cloud environments, use Nessus sensors for active and agent scanning and passive network monitoring.
Vulnerability information, threat intelligence and data science combine in Tenable.io to help you find the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risk to your organization so you can prioritize which ones to fix first.
Suivi des assets
Eliminate blind spots in your entire attack surface by tracking all of your assets, including those in the cloud.
Never be caught off guard. Tenable.io helps you to keep a constant and continuous eye on your network traffic so you can find and assess all assets, including short-lived systems and devices that are hard to scan.
Visibilité du cloud
Tenable Cloud Connectors will give you complete visibility and enable continuous assessments for all of your public cloud environments through AWS, Azure, and GCP.
Intégrations prédéfinies et API flexibles
Tenable.io enables workflow automation and you can share Tenable.io data with third-party systems using pre-built integrations, APIs and SDK resources.