Take control of your organization's security by actively monitoring your TLS configurations. TLS is the most important and widely deployed security protocol used within organizations across both external and internal access to your systems from users, systems and APIs.
In today's interconnected digital landscape, monitoring your organization's external (North/South) and internal TLS (East/West) configurations is an absolute imperative when it comes to safeguarding your sensitive data and ensuring a robust security posture.
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In today’s complex multi-cloud and classical data center digital landscape, monitoring your organization’s TLS configuration is a mission-critical aspect of maintaining a secure and resilient infrastructure. Organizations should monitor their TLS across their north/south and east/west environments.
Enhance Incident Response and Forensics:
In the unfortunate event of a security incident or breach, effective incident response and forensic analysis are crucial enabling swift response. Monitoring your TLS configurations provides insights into network configuration, helping you investigate security incidents promptly, helping to minimize the impact of incidents, mitigate risks, and ensure a swift and efficient response.
Preserve Brand Reputation and Customer Trust:
A single security incident can have severe repercussions for your brand reputation and customer trust. Monitoring your TLS configurations helps you maintain a proactive security stance, ensuring that your organization’s data remains secure and protected. By demonstrating your commitment to robust security measures, you can instill confidence in your customers and stakeholders, safeguarding your brand’s integrity.
Proactively Identify and Address Vulnerabilities:
Vulnerabilities with system-to-system TLS configurations can leave your organization exposed to security risks. By actively monitoring your TLS configuration, you can proactively identify and address any vulnerabilities that may arise. Stay on top of security patches, updates, and best practices to fortify your APIs against potential threats. Protect your organization’s reputation and customer trust by staying one step ahead of emerging security risks.
Gain unmatched visibility and ensure regulatory compliance.
Empower your organization with advanced monitoring solutions, fortify your defenses, and safeguard your most valuable assets. Secure your future with comprehensive TLS configuration monitoring
T4-Amundsen monitors your externally facing TLS (e.g. North/South) configurations
T4-Galileo monitors your externally facing API TLS (e.g. North/South) configurations
T4-Magellan monitors your internally facing TLS and API TLS (e.g. East/West) configuration
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Externally Facing (North/South) TLS Compliance Scan
Externally Facing (North/South) API TLS Compliance Scan
Internally facing (East/West) TLS Compliance Scan plus internal API TLS Compliance Scan
Enables centralized control of TLS configuration, traffic analysis and notifications
Enables no-code, automatic one-time use credential, mutual authentication of connections
Monitor internal (east/west) TLS connections and TLS protected APIs compliance against NIST 800-52R2
Monitor external (North/South) TLS Compliance of APIs against NIST 800-52R2
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Monitor external North South) TLS connections against NIST 800-52R2
Weekly delta reporting on all subdomains delivered by email
Monitor at the enterprise boundary that TLS is configured optimally to provide data integrity and privacy
Detailed reports by subdomain comparing each TLS parameter to NIST 800-52 guidelines.
TLS versions, key lengths, cipher suites, and TLS options
Alert when certificates expire in the next two weeks.
Auto credential management, vaulting, and one-time key usage
ML and authorizaiton rule based notable inappropriate access alerting
ML based TLS connectivity telemetry risk management
Multidimensional authorization with automated authorization rules generation
Quantitative connectivity risk measurement
Centralized TLS configuration, key lengths, cipher suites, and TLS options
Cryptographic agility for cypher suites and key lengths
ML based TLS Libarary to CVE to Config monitoring