Cloud Optix Quick-start is the new, and easiest way to get started with the core CSPM features of Cloud Optix to see value in just a few clicks.
This Quick-start setup is a partial deployment option to get you up and running with Cloud Optix quickly, without needing to run scripts or create additional resources in your AWS environment. Launching the new Quick-start CloudFormation template customers simply create a read…
Over the second quarter of 2020, a host of great enhancements have been added to the Cloud Optix service to enable organizations to harden their cloud security posture for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud platform. Check out these latest updates below – all included with your existing Cloud Optix license.
Inventory and topology visualization updates
Over the first quarter of 2020, a host of great enhancements have been added to the Cloud Optix service to enable organizations to harden their cloud security posture for AWS, Azure and Google Cloud platform. Check out these latest updates below – all included with your existing Cloud Optix license.
Sophos Cloud Optix has now been certified by CIS (Center for Internet Security) to accurately assess AWS, Azure and GCP environments based on best practices for secure configuration.
Developed through a unique consensus-based process comprised of cybersecurity professionals and subject matter experts around the world, CIS Benchmarks are recommended as industry-accepted system hardening standards and are used by organizations…
Today’s Cloud Optix release is packed with several new features to increase security and compliance of customer environments, including a breakthrough in IAM visualization.
Improving security for anyone running workloads on public cloud
Managing user roles, permissions, and role-based access to AWS services is an enormous challenge. The scale and interwoven nature of individual and group access to services means…
The Cloud Optix product team has been hard at work delivering a host of great enhancements to the Cloud Optix service over the November-December period. Check out these latest updates below – all included with your existing Cloud Optix license.
Cloud Optix Management Enhancements
Sophos Cloud Optix customers may have received an email from AWS regarding the upcoming EOL of support for Node.js 8.10 runtime for Lambda functions. The Sophos Cloud Optix service used Node.js 8.10 until December 9, 2019.
Since Node.js versions are deprecated frequently by AWS for Lambda, we have now changed the Cloud Optix Lambda functions to use Python, instead of Node.js. The version of Python that the Cloud Optix…
The latest release for Cloud Optix integrates the service seamlessly into Sophos Central. Allowing you to manage Cloud Optix alongside a range of complimentary public cloud solutions including Intercept X for Server and XG Firewall in a single management console.
We’ve been hard at work delivering a plethora of great enhancements to the Sophos Cloud Optix service over the July-September period. We’re moving fast, so make sure you keep up with the latest updates to Sophos’ latest offering for the public cloud.
Cloud Optix management enhancements
The latest update to Sophos Cloud Optix is packed with new features. Adding the ability to visualize Sophos UTMs on AWS networks, improving Azure security and compliance features, Google network topology visualization and AI, configurable scanning frequency and much more.
The latest Cloud Optix feature updates
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