Vulcan Cyber Makes a New Cloud Security Module for Risk-Based Remediation Platform

Vulcan Cyber | July 26, 2021

The only risk-based remediation platform for developers for infrastructure, application, and cloud security, Vulcan Cyber®, has announced today that the new Cloud Security module of Vulcan Cyber provides a consolidated view across traditional IT infrastructure and cloud application environments cyber risks.

With various inputs from the AWS Security Hub Identity, Aqua Security, and Access Management (IAM) service, the module will enable IT security teams, to prioritize, consolidate, track, and remediate all cyber vulnerabilities. Within a single platform, Vulcan Cyber Cloud Security supports enterprise cloudsec teams to manage and remediate cloud configurations in container and Kubernetes deployments, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, and more.

By adding cloud configuration data to the Vulcan Cyber risk-based remediation platform, the company is deepening the vulnerability and risk insights and control available to users, offering the only remediation orchestration capabilities for all sources of digital risk, including IT networks, infrastructure, application surfaces, and cloud. The update expands the reach of Vulcan Cyber customer risk remediation efforts to include any cloud environment for a full measure of cyber risk in enterprises.

IT security teams can identify and mitigate various risks and vulnerabilities generated by human error in cloud environments using Vulcan Cyber Cloud Security. The new Cloud Security module of Vulcan Cyber is available in beta now, and, in August, it will be generally available to Vulcan Pro and Vulcan Enterprise customers.

About Vulcan Cyber

Vulcan Cyber developed the industry's first risk-based remediation platform.  It was built to help businesses reduce cyber risk through the measurable and efficient cloud and application security programs and infrastructure. The Vulcan platform orchestrates and tracks the remediation lifecycle from scan to fix by curating and delivering the best remedies, prioritizing vulnerabilities, and automating processes and fixes through the last mile of remediation.


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