DivvyCloud helps govern Identity and Access Management (IAM) and adopt a unified zero trust security model across your cloud and container environments. In these environments, everything has an identity: users, applications, services, and systems. This provides enormous flexibility, but also creates the opportunity for substantial risk, as every service is potentially reachable by every other one.

Protecting the identity perimeter at scale requires automated monitoring and remediation around access management, role management, identity authentication, and compliance auditing.
DivvyCloud automates a number of elements of IAM governance including:

Strong authentication: enforce MFA policies on cloud user accounts.

Least privilege: provide checks to restrict identities to do no more than they are supposed to.

Secure service accounts: manage service accounts and service account keys securely.

Auditing: enforcing best practices for the use
of audit logs and cloud logging roles.

Policy management: ensure that you’ve implemented and managed your policies appropriately including identity-based policies, resource-based policies, permission boundaries, service control policies, access control lists, and session policies.

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