Cloud Infrastructure Entitlements Management

Gain visibility into cloud identities and their permissions to access resources using a CIEM tool like Sysdig Secure. Enforce least-privilege policies that grant just enough permissions. Simplify audit of access reviews to meet compliance requirements.


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Zero Trust Approach to Managing Cloud Permissions

CIEM Cloud Identity Entitlement Management

Gain visibility into excessive permissions and entitlements

Get a comprehensive view into access permissions across all AWS accounts, users, and services including serverless functions.

Enforce least privilege access

Enforce least privilege access in a few minutes

Eliminate excessive permissions by applying “just-enough” privileges.

Validate Compliance

Simplify audit of access controls to meet compliance

Meet specific IAM requirements for standards like PCI, SOC2, FedRamp, ISO-27001, etc.


Cloud Infrastructure Entitlements Management

Get instant visibility into excessive cloud permissions

Get an overview of risky cloud identities with excessive permissions. Discover all active and inactive users and exposed services in a single dashboard.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is CIEM?

A: Cloud Infrastructure Entitlements Management (CIEM), helps organizations adopt a zero trust model for Identity and Access Management (IAM) for cloud infrastructure. It provides visibility into all access risks, as well as the ability to remediate quickly.

Q: What use cases do CIEM vendors provide?

A:

  • Deep visibility - Discover who (what entitlements) should have access to what (what resources) in the cloud environment.
  • Enforcement of least-privilege access - Eliminate excessive permissions with automatically generated optimized policies based on analyzing what entitlements are granted versus what is actually used.
  • Facilitate audits of access controls - Perform access reviews to evaluate active and inactive user permissions and activity.

Q: What are the top reasons for excessive permissions that a CIEM vendor can help with?

A:

  • Inactive identities - Human or non-human users with permissions and access to cloud resources that have not been utilized.
  • Super identities - Identities that have been granted a super admin role. These users have unlimited permissions and unrestricted access to all the cloud resources.
  • Overprivileged identities - These are the most common hidden risks to cloud infrastructure. These would be identities with significantly more privileges and access than are required to do their day-to-day job.

Q: What is the difference between CSPM and CIEM tools?

A: Cloud Infrastructure Entitlement Management (CIEM) solves security risks associated with inactive, overprivileged accounts, super-identities and access across the cloud stack. CSPM addresses compliance, including workloads, infrastructure configuration changes and management. Both capabilities are important to have as part of your cloud security platform.