Resmo September Newsletter: Latest Integrations, Features, and More

Hey there! It’s officially October, Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Quick question to honor this month: Is your two-factor authentication on? Quickly check your 2FA of your users in your SaaS and cloud environments with Resmo; we won’t tell :)

We don’t know about you, but with the approaching autumn, as for our non-cybersecurity-related lives, we’re ready to grab our hot teas and coffees in the office. The Resmo team deployed terrific new features and integrations throughout the last month. If you missed the updates on our changelog, here’s a TL;DR version for you.

Product updates

September was a month full of fundamental product updates for Resmo. The space was limited, so we only tried to put the highlights together.

Resource relations in graph view

resource relations

Resmo automatically collects resources and configurations in a single asset inventory. But now, it does more than just that. Your assets from the cloud and SaaS environments have their relations with each other. With the graph view feature, you can:

  • Understand how a resource relates to your other resources (how they are connected, where they belong, etc.)
  • Visualize an asset’s context and blast radius (how a threat would affect your other resources)
  • Empower your incident response operations

Users dashboard

users dashboard

It has become easier to monitor all users across your cloud services and SaaS applications. The Users dashboard enables you to see:

  • All unique users matched with applications they use
  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA) status for each user
  • Active and inactive users
  • The risk level for each user
  • Rules that apply to users along with rule status

Entity abstraction

One of the most significant features we introduced last month was “entities,” which enable faster tracking of resources in the same category. Entities are logical categorizations of resource types across all integrations, such as: 

  • Databases
  • Users
  • Repositories
  • Object storage. 

You can find entities on the left-side menu of your Resources page. 

Risk score column for resources

The resources list displays a risk score column that indicates an asset’s risk level using circles and colors. Once you click on an individual resource, you can view the Compliance tab on the resource details window for more information on its security and compliance posture. The risk score column is there for:

  • Identifying critical assets at a glance for better prioritization
  • Quick scanning of resource risk

New integrations

integrations on Resmo

September came with a handful of integrations. Here’s a list of all new additions you can connect with your Resmo account in minutes, agent-free. 

  1. Azure DevOps
  2. BambooHR
  3. Flyio
  4. Kolide
  5. Upstash
  6. Hubspot
  7. Fastly

Community front 

AWS CloudTrail Best Practices for Security

AWS CloudTrail is a popular solution for tracking user activity and API usage across an AWS environment. But how secure are your CloudTrail logs? Here are the best practices for security. Read more.

How to Build Your Cloud Asset Inventory 

A cloud asset inventory consolidates all resources in one place for visibility, security, and easy management. The good news is that you can create a cloud asset inventory for free with Resmo. Read more.

5 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Asset Management Matters

Cybersecurity asset management is a vital way to optimize security controls to defend against emerging threats. It involves continuously identifying and evaluating cyber assets. This article covers everything you need to know about cybersecurity asset management. Read more.

Top 5 Cybersecurity Frameworks and Standards

We compiled the most common cybersecurity frameworks and standards, including CIS, SOC2, GDPR, and the NIST CSF, with an easy-to-digest overview of each.  Read more.

That's all we had to share about September. P.S: Our GA phase is just around the corner; stay tuned for exciting updates.

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