Verica joins with Prowler to make AWS security simpler for customers
Prowler is a security tool that assesses AWS accounts to ensure they follow best AWS security practices. The tool offers assessments, audits, incidence response, continuous monitoring, hardening and forensics readiness.
The tool contains more than 200 controls covering a raft of standard practices: the Center for Internet Security benchmarks, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, ISO27001, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council compliance, SOC2, AWS Foundation Technical Review, ENS and custom security frameworks.
Prowler runs from the command line and can be used on a workstation, an Amazon EC2 computing instance, Amazon Fargate or any other container, Codebuild, CloudShell and Cloud9.
Verica’s new Prowler Pro is claimed to be an evolution of Prowler Open Source, providing an enterprise-grade security tool to ensure AWS security best practices. Available through the AWS Marketplace, the Pro version is claimed to make it easier to deploy in AWS cloud accounts for customers interested in getting all information from one or multiple accounts.
Prowler Pro offers continuous monitoring, faster execution, personalized support and transparency into data with customizable dashboards.
“When I started Prowler, the AWS cloud security community didn’t have many tools,” Toni De La Fuente, the founder of Prowler, said in a statement. “It was natural everyone started using the technology, especially due to its simplicity to install and run. This evolution of the product aligned with Verica’s vision and ultimately makes it even easier to see and identify issues and threats.”
Prowler Open Source will continue to be available for security professionals at GitHub, with de la Fuente and team continuing to work on and enhance the open-source product while strengthening Prowler Pro capabilities.
Verica, founded in 2018, is a venture capital-backed startup, having last raised $12 million in funding in January from True Ventures and Mango Capital. Verica’s platform uses chaos engineering and a continuous verification approach to simulate adverse conditions rather than waiting for those conditions to manifest in actual use.
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