ImmuniWeb has just announced the launch of its free cloud security test, designed to enable cybersecurity and IT professionals identify unprotected cloud storage of their organizations to foster prevention of data leaks and security incidents.
Delivered as a part of the ImmuniWeb® Community Edition – a set of free online tools to verify application security, privacy and compliance, detect phishing, domain squatting and Dark Web exposure, the new cloud security test is expected to detects unprotected cloud storage in about 19 different public cloud service providers.
“The leading cloud providers, such as AWS, have a full spectrum of powerful tools and services that can instantly detect and automatically remediate misconfigurations in their cloud environments. Unfortunately, many organizations of all sizes struggle to properly implement Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) due to complexity or lack of technical skills,” said Ilia Kolochenko, Chief Architect & CEO of ImmuniWeb.
According to the application security company ImmuniWeb, the new free cloud security test aims to provide cybersecurity and DevOps teams with a simple way to detect unprotected cloud storage operated by their organizations which can be launch by entering their company’s main website URL.
“Today, in order to provide SMEs, universities and municipal governments with a simple way to detect their unprotected cloud storage and prevent data breaches, we are excited to enhance our free Community Edition with the new cloud security test. We will soon implement such features as free continuous monitoring and API to further simplify its usage and integration into existing CSPM and incident response processes,” continued Ilia Kolochenko.
As announced, the new test may take up to 15 minutes and goes through externally accessible cloud storage of public cloud services providers including Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, IBM Cloud, Alibaba Cloud, Oracle Cloud, Linode, Vultr, Dreamobjects, Digital Ocean, Rackspace Cloud, Wasabi, Backblaze, Mail.ru Cloud, as well as SberCloud, Yandex.Cloud, Tencent, Storj and Selectel.