Simplify cloud security
with actionable context

Automate cloud asset management with a centralized asset inventory for sprawled resources, policies for misconfigurations or vulnerabilities, and real-time alerts for changes.

Integrated with your cloud ecosystem

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Keep misconfigurations in control

▸ Uncover and get notified of risks with 800+ automated cloud misconfiguration rules.

▸ Boost your security strategy with data-specific CSPM rules and custom rules.

▸ Never miss potential threats with real-time change detection and access a detailed change history for efficient response.

Find and catalog your cloud resources

▸ Automatically discover, track, and catalog all your cloud assets with Resmo's dynamic asset inventory.

▸ Categorize your assets under "entities" like Repositories, Databases, Accounts, and Object Storages.

▸ Query security, configuration, and metadata information instantly using custom or managed SQL and free text search.

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Know every change in your cloud

▸ Gain an complete view of change timelines in a graphical interface, identify actors involved, pinpoint exact times of change, and receive instant alerts.

▸ With comprehensive change history at your fingertips, quickly identify security issues for swift remediation.

▸ Know when a cloud asset is created, modified, or deleted to spot unauthorized changes.

Assess and prove compliance

▸ Keep up-to-date with compliance standards using Resmo's vigilant CIS monitoring across 8+ frameworks.

▸ Easily showcase your security posture and compliance to customers, partners, and auditors with instant, one-click reports.

▸ Get reports in various formats, including PDF and CSV.

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cloud security notebook

Visualize and analyze data in notebooks

▸ Make better meaning of complex data by creating notebooks where you can visualize everything with widgets.

▸ Pick and use charts, tables, graphs and more to make your cloud configuration and asset data come to life.

▸ Run and add SQL queries and JavaScript code directly into your notes and download as PDF for presentation or offline-sharing.

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Frequently asked questions about CSPM.

What is cloud security posture management (CSPM)?

Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) is a security solution that aids organizations in optimizing their usage of cloud platform's security controls. The tools involved in CSPM identify, report, and help rectify potential vulnerabilities in a cloud environment, thereby enhancing an organization's cloud security.

What are CSPM best practices?

CSPM best practices include:
1. Continuous Monitoring: Use a CSPM tool that provides automated, continuous tracking of your cloud environment.
2. Implement Least Privilege Principle: Grant users the minimal permissions they require to perform their tasks, and regularly review and update these permissions.
3. Secure Configurations: Ensure configurations adhere to security best practices. Use automated checks to prevent misconfigurations.
4. Incident Response Plan: Prepare a response plan for potential security incidents. This includes timely alerts, immediate remediation, and post-incident analysis.
5. Compliance: Make sure your CSPM solution supports compliance with the regulations relevant to your industry.

What is the number one risk to cloud security associated with cloud native app development?

The number one risk associated with cloud-native app development often revolves around misconfigurations of cloud services. Given the complexity of cloud environments and the multitude of services they offer, it's not uncommon for developers to unintentionally leave data stores open to the public, misconfigure access controls, or leave unused resources running. These mistakes can provide opportunities for unauthorized access, data breaches, and other security incidents.

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