For those of you who run your IT and business computing infrastructure on the Amazon Public Cloud (AWS), the concept of “tagging” is not new. Tagging is a grouping mechanism in AWS, that allows the organization of your cloud resources under user-friendly labels for easy identification. For example, a major healthcare corporation could create groups of cloud resources and label them with tags such as “patient info”, ”billing”, and “patient notifications” and assign dedicated workloads.
Cavirin’s Automated Risk Analysis Platform (ARAP) manages the day-to-day challenges of implementing security best practices and assessing operational risk against the major compliance frameworks, including PCI, CIS, HIPAA, ISO, NIST, DISA and many more for on-premise, clouds and hybrid environments. It was purpose built as a single solution for managing risk and compliance in the enterprise. It works in the data center environment as well as in the cloud. It becomes a single compliance fabric that you can extend across your entire network, applying the same policies everywhere. Cavirin’s ARAP continuously monitors the entire environment and maps changes against operational and regulatory policies. By elevating the visibility of network changes as they happen, ARAP ensures that you are always in a position to evaluate your level of risk and compliance and adjust it to suit your business’s unique needs.
Cavirin is here at the Amazon Web Services Re: Invent conference at the Venetian, and it’s practically vibrating with activity. It’s amazing how this space has exploded over the last couple of years. We’re excited to be part of it.