Case study: CloudPassage enables security for the Centrify DevOps team with vulnerability assessment and reporting, along with compliance reporting


This post was originally published here by casey pechan.

We love our customers, especially when they make for the perfect case study! This was particularly true for Centrify, an Identity-as-a Service (IDaaS), enterprise mobility management and privileged access management solution that serves over 5,000 organizations worldwide.

Being a security organization themselves, Centrify needed continuous visibility into their workloads in order to ensure continuous compliance and to prepare for the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) and the Service Organization Control (SOC 2) compliance audits.

As soon as Centrify engaged with CloudPassage (which was only a few months ago), they immediately began customizing and taking advantage of each aspect of the Halo platform. They used the Halo API to quickly integrate with Jenkins and SaltStack, and CloudPassage Halo was baked into the team’s CI/CD process, therefore becoming fully integrated with their DevOps process. Lastly, the team leveraged CloudPassage Halo’s in-depth vulnerability assessment capabilities to continuously scan and monitor their workloads. Reports for these scans are regularly exported to support their upcoming compliance audits.

To learn more about how Centrify leverages CloudPassage in order to ensure a secure environment for their data, read the case study.


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