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Introducing a free, commercially maintained CSPM

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We love open source, who doesn’t? However, love often means accepting the good with the bad — the extensibility and customization with the lack of updates. But, no longer. The world of open source CSPMs just got a whole lot brighter. As it turns out, in order to tackle the major challenge in classifying data at cloud scale, we first had to build a world-class cloud security posture manager (CSPM) for both native and non-native asset discovery with security rules and policies; enter Magpie. With built-in rules for ransomware, AWS and GCP security benchmarking, architects and engineers can unify the assessment and management of their cloud security posture with a free alternative to costly, legacy CSPMs.

In this webinar, learn how Magpie provides:

  • Easy deployment
  • Cloud asset discovery and reporting
  • Non-native application discovery (DMAP)
  • Security best practice rules
  • Ransomware rules

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Due largely to data sprawl across the cloud, misconfigurations of security controls are found in a majority of security incidents, like ransomware attacks. For this reason and others, data classification and the parent concept of governance is a growing need for security and privacy teams seeking to prevent data incidents.

In this ebook:

  • Learn how data classification works and its various use cases for cloud security including: ransomware defense, data governance and compliance, and others
  • Understand what makes a data classification engine effective
  • Discover how to automatically classify data and push responses to alerts to remediate a number of problems; from potential data leaks to critical data exposures