Secure everything under one roof; From cloud misconfigurations to cloud secret leakages to containers to images to workloads.
Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM) is an important step in securing your journey to the cloud but often fails to deliver when any of the cloud assets are vulnerable to an exploit. However, CSPM combined with PingSafe AI - in a single platform - can continuously monitor your risk & compliance and make an in-depth assessment of the cloud environment to maximise your security coverage. This platform provides continuous compliance monitoring of all your applications, regardless of where they’re running.
Getting onboard PingSafe AI takes only a few minutes. You just need to head to our security hub and connect your cloud account. Upon connecting, PingSafe AI will automatically enable continuous compliance monitoring of your infrastructure for cloud security risks.
PingSafe AI merges and correlates CSPM data in order to provide a consolidated management interface for clouds and workloads with minimal noise.
Instead of compartmentalising security processes and tools into cloud-centric versus workload-centric categories, PingSafe AI analyses your complete cloud infrastructure - without any agent. It includes any computing machine, container, security group, DNS entry, and account across AWS, Azure, and GCP.
An EdTech company had their MongoDB Instance accessible from the Internet, leading to millions of their user's data leakage.
An ECommerce Company made its file store public due to a security misconfiguration. The data was readily available on the dark web for sale.
An AWS access key of a payment gateway was leaked over GitHub, leading to a severe revenue loss.
An insurance company in India had their sensitive API endpoint accessible over the internet, leading to insurance document disclosure.
Our team consists of top ranked hackers on bug bounty programs of Uber, Facebook, Twitter, Salesforce, LinkedIn and many more.
The vulnerability allowed any malicious actor to listen to any user's call recording from the cloud storage bucket of the application and an unauthenticated API endpoint which leaked the cloud storage URL of the victim's data.