Visibility, compliance and protection for your critical workloads
While GCP manages security of the cloud, security in the cloud is the responsibility of the customer. Google Cloud Platform provides a great way to save capital expenses and move fast but users may not often be aware of the best security practices and controls. How do you make your move to Google Cloud Platform efficiently without increasing the risk of a security breach? Using Netskope for Google Cloud Platform, customers gain visibility into security and compliance risks across their GCP environment and can quickly identify threats, misconfigurations and act on them before they result in business damage or data loss.
Continuously monitor and audit your security configurations to ensure compliance with standards and best
Get over 90 checks across Compute Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Cloud Functions, Cloud Storage, BigQuery, Cloud SQL, Stackdriver Logging, IAM, and Organizational Policies.
Gain insight into dynamic asset distribution within and across cloud service providers to see a holistic view of your cloud resources, including which resources have alerts associated with them.
Continuously monitor security configurations in GCP and other public clouds that lead to inadvertent exposure of data to the internet. Actively enforce standards for CIS benchmarks and Best Practices. Remediate gaps found with recommended guidance.
Get comprehensive visibility across multiple cloud services providers with the ability to apply granular filters. See your cloud infrastructure assets and resources from a single dashboard interface with Netskope Cloud Inventory.
With Netskope, query and look at events specific to Google services such as BigQuery or Storage Buckets. Reference to these insights are available through an integration with the stackdriver log. Administrators can quickly drill down to track activity level audit trails to determine unusual usage by individuals or by objects.
Configuration checks provided by Netskope are continuously updated and include over 90 checks across your Compute Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Cloud Functions, Cloud Storage, BigQuery, Cloud SQL, Stackdriver Logging, IAM, and Organizational Policies.
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