Modernize Privileged Access for Data

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Rightsize permissions for cloud data resources to prevent privilege abuse

If you’re a cloud-forward organization driven by the need to make data-driven decisions, you’ve taken on the essential task of accelerating the adoption of modern data systems in the cloud across multi-cloud architectures. Most successful cyber-attacks, including ransomware, involve the misuse of privileged accounts.

But current privileged access solutions take an infrastructure-centric or app-centric approach to privilege access governance, and therefore don’t take into account your most critical resource - data.

Veza discovers metadata across all critical enterprise identities and resources, and maps all identity-to-data relationships. Our platform empowers your data and security teams to understand and control privileged access to sensitive data for humans and service accounts.

75%

of the world’s population will have its personal data covered under modern privacy regulations, (by year-end 2023), up from 25% today

80%

companies worldwide will be facing at least one privacy-focused data protection regulation by year-end 2023

Matt Dodge, Director of DevOps and IT, LoanSnap
Veza enables us to visualize and control the privileges of our employees and service accounts across multiple cloud service providers in a simplified, unified view. Bringing disparate authorization systems into a single tool is a game-changer from an audit and compliance perspective.
Matt Dodge • Director of DevOps and IT, LoanSnap
Jenner Holden, CISO, Axon
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Using Veza, our security teams have gained valuable visibility across our systems - apps, infrastructure, and data, to better understand who can access what, helping drive stronger privileged access security practices.
Jenner Holden • CISO, Axon
Dave Farrow, VP, Information Security, Barracuda Networks
From a security best practice perspective, the principle of least privilege is understood as a core need. And in order to implement the principle of least privilege, you have to be able to see who has privilege to what, and be able to continuously manage that. That's what we get with Veza.
Dave Farrow • VP, Information Security, Barracuda Networks
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Nick Padron, Director of Information Security, Fairfield Residential
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With Veza, we’re able to see exactly which partners have access to specific files and folders, giving us the confidence to collaborate and deliver the best customer experience.
Nick Padron • Director of Information Security, Fairfield Residential

Choose Veza for Managing Privileged Access to Data

Manage privileged access for users and service accounts


Modernize Privileged Access for Data - AWS IAM users and service accounts who can delete S3 buckets

Veza’s Authorization Graph to visualize effective permissions

Identify and manage privileged actions resulting from the combined effect of all identities (Okta, Azure AD, AWS IAM Users, IAM Service Principals), groups, IAM roles, IAM policies, AWS resource-specific permissions, and local users that connect to data repositories.

Customize queries with Query Builder

Query Builder enables organizations to define custom parameters to understand how the authorization of users and service accounts maps to data systems by surfacing authorization details such as groups, roles, policy, and permissions.

Manage and control privilege drift

Build Rules to notify you of changes in how users access data, enabling you to analyze permissions drift. Utilize Veza's Recipes to see solution-specific remediation instructions on how to achieve least privilege standards and remediation misconfiguration (e.g. see AWS IAM best practices for remediation directly in Veza)

Implement data access governance for SharePoint and other data repositories

Enforce least privilege for Sharepoint folders by understanding Azure AD roles and their associated permissions to Sharepoint sites and libraries.


Modernize Privileged Access - Azure AD users who can delete SharePoint sites and libraries

Audit Azure Active Directory permissions on SharePoint

Prevent unwanted data leaks and protect against insider threats by auditing Azure AD permissions and entitlements for SharePoint. Discover Azure AD users with read/write/delete permissions on SharePoint libraries and external users who have access to unstructured data sets within SharePoint.

Assess the blast radius of a breach

Utilize real-time Search to assess the blast radius of a security breach. Identify the full range of effective permissions to SharePoint sites and libraries for compromised accounts, including AAD guest accounts and service accounts.

Run access certifications for privileged users and service accounts

Modernize Privileged Access for Data - AWS service principles with privileged access to EC2 and S3

Visualize and manage permissions on AWS services

Utilize our Authorization Graph to discover accounts that have privileged access to sensitive data resources (Redshift, RDS, S3, EC2)

Consolidate access and entitlement reviews

Perform access and entitlement reviews to manage access permissions for any identity and any role, or any resource assigned to any identity - all in a single control plane. For example, certify Azure AD users' and service accounts’ access to Azure resources (SharePoint, SQL).

Ready to rethink how privileged access can be applied to data?

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