Secure your infrastructure as you build it
Infrastructure as code (IaC) frameworks like Terraform, CloudFormation, and Kubernetes enable infrastructure teams to provision and manage cloud resources consistently and efficiently. But without the right approach to security, IaC can create friction and redundant work when misconfigurations are deployed and not addressed at the source.
Bridgecrew takes a proactive approach to cloud security, enabling DevOps teams to embed cloud security feedback earlier in the development lifecycle in code and empowering developers to prevent misconfigurations from being deployed.
Why infrastructure as code security?
IaC adds complexity and additional challenges when it comes to securing cloud-native environments, but it also provides an opportunity to automate security feedback and guardrails in code. IaC security leverages IaC’s inherent benefits to make cloud security more efficient and proactive.
Automated for efficiency
Enforce security best practices by embedding guardrails directly into developer tools and workflows so that security becomes part of the day to day.
Codified at the source
Empower developers to write and ship secure code fast by providing contextual feedback and code fixes early in the development lifecycle.
Proactive cloud security
Prevent misconfigurations from snowballing into duplicative and noisy alerts that security has to triage and developers have to address ad hoc.
DevSecGuide to Infrastructure as Code
Interested in learning more about the benefits and challenges of IaC security? Our in-depth DevSecGuide walks through how to approach and implement IaC security and embrace DevSecOps to secure infrastructure at the source.