As the innovator in Security-as-Code, Concourse Labs automatically validates the security of infrastructure-as-code, and instantly identifies real-time cloud threats due to drift, attack, and misuse.
Most cloud breaches are caused by misconfiguration, not attack on cloud infrastructure. Legacy security tools were simply not designed to secure modern cloud environments. The evidence is clear from the news: a seemingly endless series of data breaches from companies using cloud.
Security-as-Code works the way the name implies. By formalizing security and control objectives into a set of automated rules and logic, you’re able to automatically apply and easily maintain them — ensuring cloud services are always configured and used securely.
We don’t think of security as code as a specific programming language or technology. Given the diversity of cloud service providers, cloud services, and infrastructure as code technologies, Security-as-Code must support, by design, a diverse set of provider-specific reference definitions to ensure that its logic is consistent and safe with the technology and version being evaluated.
Concourse Labs instantiates these key principles in an easy-to-use and quick to deploy SaaS platform that enables any organization to quickly and confidently understand, improve and manage its cloud security posture.
Prevent the #1 cause of cloud data breaches — misconfigurations
Implement effective, scalable, and customized cloud security in days
Immediately measure security posture against industry standards and best practices
For the first time since the advent of cloud, Security-as-Code enables a truly effective approach to cloud security, grounded in security policy and automation.
To enable CISOs to see and manage their cloud risk, these capabilities must be incorporated into a comprehensive platform providing visibility and protection across the enterprise. Fragmented tools create hidden gaps and expose enterprises to security breaches.
This single integrated platform improves the effectiveness of both security and development teams, reduces cost and complexity, and maintains development agility.