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Delta Risk to Provide Cloud Configuration and Security for Rhythmic Technologies Customers

By Enterprise Security Magazine | Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Scott Kaine, CEO

Leveraging Delta Risk Security Platform by Rhythmic Technologies will help in providing Advanced Amazon Web Services (AWS) Protection for the Clients.

FREMONT, CA: Cloud application and infrastructure are behind some of the most significant data breaches this year. To help battle this problem, Delta Risk, an organization that provides SOC-as-a-Service and security services, announced today that it offers advanced cloud configuration and security monitoring for clients of Rhythmic Technologies. Rhythmic Technologies, an organization that develops highly-scalable, cloud-native applications leveraging the enhanced capabilities of Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Rhythmic Technologies' customers and clients will benefit from the innovative AWS capabilities in monitoring the  Delta Risk's cloud-native Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) platform, ActiveEyeSM and analysis opposing Center for Internet Security (CIS) practices for securely configuring AWS infrastructure. These features are manufactured to stop misconfigurations and data breaches for organizations using the real-time monitoring and response for AWS Config, AWS GuardDuty, AWS CloudTrail, OS security/audit event logs and application hooks.

Unauthorized access through the misuse of employee credentials and improper access controls were the topmost concerns cited by respondents in 2019 Cloud Security Research report, along with cloud misconfigurations and insecure APIs. In addition to AWS, the company, Delta Risk enables security monitoring and controlling for Microsoft Office 365 and Azure, Google G Suite, Box, and other cloud applications and infrastructure.

Cloud providers like AWS are responsible for the security of the platforms and applications. But configuring these platforms securely and identifying irregular behavior belongs to the organizations and individuals using them. In most of the cases, however, the people setting up accounts and using them are not security experts or specialists in a cloud configuration. An overall result is an increasing number of violations that either expose enterprise data or helps to misuse of cloud accounts for personal financial gain.

"Our clients are building and running critical applications in the cloud," said Cristopher Daniluk, Founder and CEO of Rhythmic Technologies. "By partnering with Delta Risk, we can help them better protect those applications with strong monitoring and response capabilities."

Delta Risk was featured in Enterprise Security Magazine as one of the Top 10 Managed Security Providers 2019.

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