Managing misconfigurations is just one component of cloud governance.
The more fundamental concern is whether you are enforcing policies that actually reflect what your business needs.
Business requirements are often different from the security standard.
Perhaps you need to configure an S3 bucket to be external-facing and unencrypted because it hosts your website. This requirement is not reflected in the stock policies for this resource.
Security would receive constant alerts suggesting that this configuration, which you actually need in order to run your business, is a misconfiguration.
That’s a false-positive and it’s what drives alert fatigue, frustration, and lower MTTD and MTTR.
You need a dual focus on business context and security standards.
We call this shared responsibility within a federated risk management approach. It’s fundamental to the Secberus solution. It’s how we enable you to get more value from your resources, while allowing Security to support effective governance instead of slowing it down.
Customize your configuration policies to reflect your
business, and ensure that you are immediately aware when
a misconfiguration threatens that intent anywhere in your
We are a policy-based CSPM but we’re also much more.
With Secberus, you can customize your policies to reflect the specific requirements of your business – not the default assumptions of stock policies. This means that when Secberus identifies a misconfiguration, that alert reflects a true positive.
For your Security team,
the result is no false positives and no alert fatigue.
For the business,
this means that you are governing your cloud resources in accordance with the true needs of the business.
For the executive suite,
it means lower MTTD and MTTR.