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Vulnerability management made easy for databases in the AWS Cloud

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To Secure Databases, You Need To Target Vulnerabilities

When setting up a new database in AWS, some assembly is required.  For example, you may need to ensure the network and backups are configured to meet your needs; the default settings don’t usually cut it. And with so many steps to get the environment up and running, what if you forget to go back and update the configurations? Moreover, how do you ensure database settings are in compliance? 

It’s not easy to know if the databases you manage in the cloud are vulnerable to advanced threats or breaches.  And even if you do discover the issues that need to be addressed — that’s just the beginning of what can be a long, complicated process of tracking, managing and fixing them. 

Adopting a vulnerability management program that identifies, prioritizes and manages the remediation of flaws that could expose your most-critical assets is essential to preventing security issues. Specifically designed for the cloud, SecureCloudDB does what tools designed form on-prem data centers can't — identify, counteract, and monitor cloud-specific security risks.

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90% of Organizations that Fail to Control Public Cloud Use will Inappropriately Share Sensitive Data

Source: Gartner

More than posture management, SecureCloudDB takes the guesswork out of managing, tracking and fixing vulnerabilities that open the door to advanced threats and lead to data breaches

Asset Discovery

Carry out an asset discovery to build inventories that catalog databases, backups, users, accesses, and security rules. Know exactly how many databases exist, where data is located, if it’s backed up, and if it's secure.

Vulnerability Assessments

Ensure databases are configured in accordance with your organization's compliance and security protocols; uncover vulnerabilities. Comprises:

  • Policy definition
  • Evaluation of configurations against rule sets
  • Workload management for handling findings

A Comprehensive Overview of Vulnerabilities in 6 Key Areas




Looks at passwords, login configuration, and authentication methods as well as settings



Assesses how backups are configured, both automatic and manual backups

data protection

Data Protection

Covers encryption at rest and replication



Ensures appropriate log configuration



Addresses network access, and TLS/SSL configuration

All Else

Catches everything that doesn't fit neatly into one of the other areas

Use Cases



62% of breached and leaked data originates from the financial industry.  Access Keeping Financial Data Safe in the Cloud to learn more about data protection in this highly regulated industry. 

SecureCloudDB - Keeping Financial Data Safe in the Cloud 2103A

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The healthcare industry is most likely to be breached, with an average cost per breach of $7.13 M.  Keeping Healthcare Data Safe in the Cloud discusses the risks and how to protect against them.

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Retail & E-Commerce

Once breached, cardholder data can be (re)sold an average of 532 days.  Access Keeping Retail & E-Commerce Data Safe in the Cloud for ways to prevent this. 

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Increasing endowments, rising tuition, and widespread access to student/faculty PII make colleges and universities an easy target.  Access Keeping Student Data Safe in the Cloud to learn more. 

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Software-as-a-service security solution

Identify and secure all database elements

Broad applicability across size and vertical

Scales with the data set coming in

Asset discovery and security protocols for the most widely used cloud databases — today, covers Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), including the following engines: MySQL, Aurora MySQL and Aurora Postgres

Integrates with AWS Security Hub

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Customers Love SecureCloudDB and You Will Too


SecureCloudDB has a really intuitive feel for folks like me trying to understand my overall security posture for my databases in the Cloud. The SecureCloudDB web interface is pretty slick. It’s easy to navigate and presents an overall security state as it stands now, or two weeks ago Wednesday, or at 3am when your pager goes off... Give SecureCloudDB a check. Pretty cool stuff. Les Spruiell | Director, DevOps and Security
We expect that there will be significant opportunity for such a product, specifically where organisations need to address compliance requirements, reduce the risk of data breach, provide validation and assurance on the effectiveness of controls within their deployments and also reduce response time where/if an incident occurs. Murray Goldschmidt | Executive Director, Cyber Capability, Education & Training at CyberCX
One of the highest priority issues I have seen is Database Security in the Cloud because it presents a new variety of technical challenges that didn’t exist before. The tools we used in the datacentre are no longer suitable for securing databases in the Cloud so I was very keen to see the work that SecureCloudDB was undertaking. I am impressed with the quality of the product, its speed of development and the fact that there has been constant communication with industry experts to make sure that the product meets customer needs. Paresh Makwana | Senior Vice President, DCyber TechLab Pvt Ltd
SecureCloudDB makes life easy for internal/external can set up an assessment in just a few clicks. SecureCloudDB’s best practice checks are also helpful for technical consultants performing required corrections in setup. It's really a wonderful product with a great future. Firoj Choudhari | Security Consultant, Barwa Bank

Additional Resources


SCDB - AWS & SecureCloudDB Comparison 2012C.

This diagram depicts popular AWS tools and the services they cover as well as how SecureCloudDB complements the offerings by adding a layer of database security.

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SecureCloudDB A Better Way to  Collect & Protect Data - Enterprise 209A

This one page summary highlights key components, outlining what you get out of SecureCloudDB in less than one minute. It's our elevator pitch, if you will. 

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Deployment Size Monthly Cost (USD)
Small (1 - 19 databases) $250
Medium (20 - 199) $1,000
Large (200 - 1,499) $2,500

Have 1,500 or more databases? Contact us for a custom quote.