Why choose Panoptica?
Four reasons you need the industry’s leading cloud-native security solution.
Digesting vast amounts of data stored on modern data platforms such as a graph database is a primary benefit of true cloud attack path analysis. This is called contextual cloud security at scale. And it’s the key to noise reduction, improvement in Mean Time To Resolve (MTTR) and other cloud security benefits.
The most efficient way to secure your cloud environment is by looking at it through the eyes of an attacker. Attackers focus on either an entry point specific to their victim's cloud environment or achieving a successful attack through a third party or other supply chain risk. Often what’s publicly facing and what’s vulnerable are the juiciest targets :
NOTE: Speed of attack surface discovery matters. Staying ahead of attackers means being one step ahead not just in finding your assets but securing them to avoid a breach. Panoptica offers an EASM solution called Attack Surface Discovery that can provide security findings with zero integrations and zero cost. See your public cloud today, for free 👉 Show me my vulnerable cloud assets.
If Gartner’s right and 99% of breaches are going to be a result of human error in cloud misconfiguration then the most toxic combination of security findings, CVEs, and publicly exposed assets is the number one thing all cloud security engineers should focus on first. But how do you find those toxic combos?
Enter attack path analysis.
At Panoptica, attack path analysis and security findings can be defined as “black box”. Why? Four simple reasons:
Former US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has a famous quote:
There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns - the ones we don't know we don't know. - Donald Rumsfeld, 13th and 21st US Secretary of Defense
If you are using a CNAPP vendor to customize queries on a graph, you’re relying on your team to find the known unknowns. They will look for known security issues to find that previously unknown asset where the risk lies. After all, they know their environment well and operate in a white box testing environment with full production access and internal keys to the kingdom.
When you match the precious resource of offensive-minded cloud security researchers with graph engineers you get a platform that provides out of the box value via graph algorithms which prioritize, and even help dynamically remediate the most poignant breach risk to your company.