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Security assessments are a necessity for cloud security, governance, and compliance. Ideally, an assessment will result in a prioritized list of security and compliance gaps within your cloud environment, the context (or standards) for these gaps, and how to fix them. In reality, however, security assessments themselves can have their own vulnerabilities, particularly around scoping and recommendations.

Organizations that do not have in-house security expertise may have trouble defining what they are actually seeking to get out of the assessment. Projects can be ill-scoped, and recommendations may not actually make sense given your security posture and budget. Additionally, many remediation recommendations may just be band-aid solutions and not long-term fixes that will stop the vulnerability from reoccurring. By the end of the engagement, you may end up with a couple of good recommendations, a lot of useless ones, and a month of wasted time and resources.

Enter our AWS Security Rapid Review. This 1-2 week engagement is designed to provide you with a quick turnaround of actionable remediation recommendations. It is scalable from a small sample of accounts to a few hundred. Benefits include:

• Checking your AWS environment against industry-standard benchmarks and 2nd Watch best practices
• List of vulnerabilities
• Threat prioritization
• Prescriptive, actionable remediation recommendations
• Consultation with a 2nd Watch security expert on the underlying systemic issues causing noted vulnerabilities
• 1-2 week turnaround time

This assessment gives you the immediate ability to remediate vulnerabilities as well as the context for why these vulnerabilities are occurring in the first place. You have control over whether you want to just remediate findings or take it a step further and lay down a robust security foundation.

To learn more about our AWS Security Rapid Review, download our datasheet.

-Victoria Geronimo, Product Manager, Security & Compliance

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