Security for Your Modern Business Apps
Modern enterprises are moving to cloud technology and flexible software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications like Microsoft Office 365 and G Suite. They're taking advantage of them to grow their business faster and more cost-effectively. According to IDG's 2018 Cloud Computing Survey, two-thirds of corporate IT infrastructure will be in the cloud by early 2020.
Along with the benefits, however, comes the risk of unknowingly exposing data, running malicious workloads, or allowing access via compromised accounts. In the same IDG 2018 Cloud Computing Survey, 34 percent of respondents cited security concerns as a significant obstacle to their cloud adoption plans.
SaaS vendors are responsible for making sure that cloud platforms are secure. Deploying and using SaaS securely is entirely up to your developers and IT operations staff. ActiveEye monitors the critical components of your SaaS applications to mitigate the new risks that come with your move to the cloud. If ActiveEye detects any issues, you're quickly alerted. You can rely our professional security services team to remediate problems with a security assessment or incident response.
What Are the Benefits of Cloud Application Monitoring?
Unlock New Value from Your Existing Security Tools
Unlike many other cloud security companies, our capabilities are cloud native. They’ve been designed for the cloud from the start and built by cloud experts on cloud platforms. There's one other major limitation that many cloud security solutions and built-in cloud platform security features share. They do not show security teams the complete picture.
There are very few organizations that are 100 percent cloud-based today. More commonly, organizations have a blend of infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), SaaS, on-premises workloads, and endpoints. They also generally have a wide range of existing security tool investments. This can include security information event management (SIEM) systems, endpoint security products, spam and malware prevention, and open source or other threat intelligence services.
ActiveEye brings all these environments and tools together into a unified security management model. The same automated and human intelligence ActiveEye applies to Office 365 and G Suite extends to other SaaS and IaaS platforms. This enables you to avoid the complexity of having to manage multiple cloud security frameworks.
ActiveEye also correlates cloud activity with on-premises “ground truth.” It does this through integration with leading SIEM and endpoint security products. This provides a more complete picture and improves your risk management. It and enables you to determine if threats observed in the cloud are impacting your on-site systems and users so you can address them quickly.
Keep up with what's going on in your cloud applications with common security definitions to know when you may be at risk. Get alerts when accounts are not properly configured with multi-factor authentication or password policy strength.
The ActiveEye Advantage
Integration with Existing Security Tools
Out of the box integration to SIEM and other MSS solutions
A Unified View
Implement security across multiple cloud providers for simplicity and greater effectiveness
Intelligent Threat Analytics
Machine learning, combined with real-time threat analytics, provides fast, accurate alerting
24x7 Ops Support from Our U.S. Team
Our U.S.-based security operations center (SOC) monitors your activity around the clock with an expert staff of experienced security experts
Complete Cyber Security Partner
Get the people, processes, and technology you need to fill in the gaps in your security program and supplement what you have in place today