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Secberus is a policy-first, centrally managed Cloud Governance platform. Secberus is agentless and integrates via read-only API access. Pre-configured integrations for AWS, GCP, AZURE and GitHub are supported. And power-users can configure integrations with any additional IaaS (IaC and CaC) data-providers. Assess, understand and manage cloud infrastructure drift at enterprise scale.

The primary user of Secberus is the enterprise Cloud Security Architect and/or similiar roles including but not limited to: InfoSec Risk & Compliance Manager, Compliance & Audit Manager, DevSecOps Engineer, InfoSec Risk & Compliance Manager, Cloud Infrastructure Architect

Secberus allows CISOs to:

  • Demonstrate to leadership that you have the controls in place in all of your cloud environments to meet mandatory requirements.
  • Set IaaS (pre-deployment and production) security and compliance policies for each business unit, cloud, region, application, or any other scope.
  • Ensure accurate and relevant reporting.
  • Improve MTTD and MTTR.

Secberus is a Next-Gen CSPM. Secberus delivers what CSPM solutions have been missing: it allows you to customize policies to ensure they’re right for your business and scale that customization across the organization for faster, more accurate insight into cloud infrastructure misconfiguration risk.

We’re so glad you asked. Governance solves the core problem of complexity: how to confidently make the right decisions in an environment of constant uncertainty while also accelerating the business rather than slowing it down.

Security governance is an oversight practice where business goals drive security decision-making. It blends real-world experience, best practices, and technology to:

  • Automate the things that should be automated.
  • Focus people’s attention where they can be most effective.
  • Use the superior computing capabilities of technology to track and manage compliance and risk issues.

Read more about how we define cloud security governance here.