Release Notes

Open Raven Platform 1.06

Chief Corvus Officer
December 21, 2020

Santa has arrived early with a full stocking from Open Raven, now live in all of your workspaces. Updates in this release include:

  • Improved asset views and filters
  • Tracing external connectivity back to your data stores
  • Integrations and notifications - Webhooks, AWS EventBridge Firehose, Slack and more

Read ahead if you want to know what we will be delivering in 2021.

Improved asset views and filters

As you can see from the screenshot below, we’ve given a makeover to asset lists. We kept the best parts of the previous list experience, and added a vastly improved filtering system that makes finding your assets and building asset groups easier and more intuitive.

Asset Inventory with AWS Native Services tab selected, showing Compute and Storage lists.

In the new year, we will be moving to a new user experience for building your asset groups that’s as easy as creating a playlist on your favorite music streaming service. Drag and drop assets, and use smart groups that are automatically built by us based on what we think you should care about. Yeah, we have got your back!

Trace external connectivity back to your data stores

Customers asked and we delivered. You can now click on an external connection in our 3D maps and trace back to the assets and data stores that are connected. Neat, eh? We plan to add geo lookup to those external connections in the new year, making it easy for you to see where they are and who owns the IP addresses.

Map showing external connections visually and in a panel to the left. Gives connection details including inbound connection, protocol, port range, connection ID.

Integrations - Webhooks, AWS EventBridge Firehose, Slack and more

Yes, integrations are finally here. You can now set up Webhooks for anything that supports them and get notified when you have policy violations when they occur. In today’s release the generic Webhook interface is available so you can set up integrations yourself and in the new year we’ll document and add the integration specific headers for things like Slack, Jira, PagerDuty, ServiceNow and well… ask and we’ll do it for you.

You can now integrate with popular ticket and IT service management systems like Jira, ServiceNow and 4ME using email or use the email group alias feature to send an email to your team’s distribution list.

This release also brings AWS EventBridge Firehose integration. Pump your entire policy events or asset changes to a firehose to analyze or integrate with your SIEM or SOAR.

Integrations include Email, Webhooks, GSuite, and Office365. Coming Soon: 4Me, Jira, AWS EventBridge, PagerDuty, ServiceNow, and Slack.

The road ahead

It’s been a big year for us and thanks for being part of the journey. We raised a Series A from Kleiner Perkins, won awards from several industry groups, hired a truly world-class team and most importantly have you as our first customers. Thanks! In 2021, you can expect:

  • A global data catalog with sensitive data search
  • Perimeter attack surface discovery
  • SAML and MFA
  • Data classification for apps like SalesForce, Slack, ServiceNow & over 20 more.
  • Data classification on structured data in RDS, SnowFlake and most non-cloud native SQL databases like MongoDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL
  • Data classification on cloud file systems
  • Open Raven for Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

2021 is going to be a stellar year and we look forward to working with you to stop data breaches.

Happy holidays.

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