mail@pastecode.io avatar
a month ago
4.5 kB
Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Security:
* AWS CloudFormation: Automate provisioning and manage your AWS infrastructure through templates.
* AWS Config: Assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your AWS resources.
* GitLab CI/CD: Integrate IaC security scans into your CI/CD pipeline using tools like Terrascan or Checkov.

Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM):
* AWS Security Hub: Provides a comprehensive view of your security state within AWS and helps you check your compliance with security standards.
* AWS Config: Continuously monitors and records your AWS resource configurations and helps you to automate the evaluation of recorded configurations against desired configurations.
* GitLab Security Dashboard: Visualizes vulnerabilities detected in your project’s dependencies, container images, and IaC configurations.

Workload Protection:
* AWS Systems Manager: Provides operational insights and security for your applications.
* Amazon GuardDuty: Threat detection service that continuously monitors for malicious activity and unauthorized behavior to protect your AWS accounts and workloads.
* GitLab CI/CD with security scans: Includes container scanning, dependency scanning, and SAST (Static Application Security Testing) to ensure workload security.

Container Security:
* Amazon ECR (Elastic Container Registry) with Image Scanning: Automatically scans your container images for vulnerabilities.
* AWS Fargate: Provides a serverless compute engine for containers that works with both Amazon ECS and Amazon EKS.
* GitLab Container Scanning: Scans Docker images for known vulnerabilities.

Serverless Security:
* AWS Lambda with AWS IAM (Identity and Access Management): Provides fine-grained access control and ensures that your Lambda functions are secure.
* AWS CloudTrail: Logs and monitors activity in your AWS account, including API calls made by Lambda functions.
* GitLab CI/CD: Integrate security checks in your serverless application deployment pipeline.

API Security:
* AWS WAF (Web Application Firewall): Helps protect your web applications and APIs from common web exploits.
* Amazon API Gateway: Provides a secure and scalable API management layer with throttling, access control, and monitoring.
* GitLab API Fuzzing: Test your APIs for security vulnerabilities by fuzzing.

IAM and Key Management:
* AWS IAM (Identity and Access Management): Controls access to AWS services and resources securely.
* AWS KMS (Key Management Service): Creates and controls the encryption keys used to encrypt your data.
* GitLab Secrets Management: Securely manage and inject secrets into your CI/CD jobs.

Data Security:
* Amazon Macie: Uses machine learning to automatically discover, classify, and protect sensitive data in AWS.
* AWS Secrets Manager: Protects access to your applications, services, and IT resources without the upfront cost and complexity of hardware security modules (HSMs).
* GitLab Data Masking: Redact sensitive information from job logs to prevent exposure of sensitive data.

Threat Detection and Response:
* Amazon GuardDuty: Provides intelligent threat detection and continuous monitoring.
* AWS Detective: Analyzes, investigates, and quickly identifies the root cause of potential security issues or suspicious activities.
* GitLab Security Alerts: Notify and track vulnerabilities found in your projects.

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM):
* AWS Security Hub: Centralizes and prioritizes security findings from multiple AWS services and partner solutions.
* Amazon CloudWatch: Monitors your AWS resources and applications, in real time, providing data and actionable insights.
* GitLab Audit Events: Track changes and activities within GitLab for compliance and security purposes.

Compliance and Governance:
* AWS Artifact: Provides on-demand access to AWS’s security and compliance reports and select online agreements.
* AWS Organizations: Helps you centrally manage and govern your environment as you grow and scale your AWS resources.
* GitLab Compliance Dashboard: Monitors and enforces compliance policies across your GitLab projects.

Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB):
* AWS IAM and AWS Organizations: Provide the ability to manage access and permissions across your AWS accounts.
* Amazon S3 with IAM policies: Ensures secure access to your data stored in Amazon S3.
* GitLab Role-Based Access Control (RBAC): Manage permissions and access controls within your GitLab projects.
Leave a Comment