This week, Fugue announced unified infrastructure as code (IaC) and cloud runtime security. For the first time, cloud engineering and security teams can automate security across the development lifecycle using the same policies.
Cloud security has long been focused squarely on the cloud runtime environment to keep infrastructure free of misconfiguration vulnerabilities that can open the door to hackers and lead to data leaks and breaches. It is reasonable considering most (if not all) cloud-based security incidents result from customer mistakes in the form of cloud resource misconfiguration. Gartner calls this Cloud Security Posture Management, or CSPM.
Regula 1.0 makes it easy to check Terraform and CloudFormation infrastructure as code (IaC) for security vulnerabilities and compliance violations, especially in continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines (read about the Regula 1.0 launch in Help Net Security and on our blog here).
Today we announced the 1.0 release of Regula, Fugue’s open source policy engine for infrastructure as code (IaC) security. With this release, Regula now has hundreds of pre-built policies for checking IaC deployments for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud, along with new tooling to make it easier to develop and test custom rules. Read about it at Help Net Security.
Regula, our open-source infrastructure as code (IaC) policy engine, now supports AWS CloudFormation. This means you can use Regula to perform static analysis of CloudFormation YAML or JSON templates for security vulnerabilities and compliance violations – including templates that use the Serverless Application Model. For instance, if a template declares an EBS volume that does not have encryption enabled, Regula’s report will show which template – and which specific resource – failed the check.
This week, Fugue announced support for AWS CloudFormation in Regula, the open-source policy engine for infrastructure as code (IaC). Regula has been gaining in popularity for performing pre-deployment security and compliance checks for Terraform, and we’re thrilled to extend Regula’s capabilities to address CloudFormation templates, including the Serverless Application Framework.
The Fugue SaaS platform secures the entire cloud development lifecycle—from infrastructure as code through the cloud runtime. Fugue empowers cloud engineering and security teams to prove continuous compliance, build security into cloud development, and eliminate cloud misconfiguration.