Arctic Wolf® detects and responds to advanced threats that impact your cloud-based applications and data hosted in Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure, and helps you comply with regulatory mandates. Every customer is assigned a dedicated Concierge Security® Team, which provides the security expertise you need to rapidly detect and respond to threats across your on-premises and AWS cloud deployments.
All Arctic Wolf solutions were developed in collaboration with AWS. Our relationship ensures Arctic Wolf technology, processes, and services fully utilise AWS advanced computing, storage, networking, and more. Together, we deliver a fully managed service designed to protect and monitor your essential AWS resources.
Centralised Monitoring for your AWS Infrastructure
Arctic Wolf provides comprehensive visibility into your AWS resources. The Arctic Wolf AWS monitoring solution provides:
Arctic Wolf Security Operations
Arctic Wolf security operations provides comprehensive AWS monitoring
AWS Data Collection
AWS Events/Alerts Detected
AWS: Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring
Frequently Asked Questions:
at Arctic Wolf we hear some common questions about Public Cloud and security:
When you leverage Arctic Wolf as your security operations provider, you can be assured that migrating more applications into AWS doesn’t impact the oversight you’ll have. Arctic Wolf has extensive experience deploying and monitoring AWS Services and APIs.
Arctic Wolf gives customers scalability to take on the right mix of services and tooling to optimise the cost versus risk reduction. Our concierge team can help with best practices and practical advice to get started. We will then provide detection and response for these services 24x7.
Unlike cloud security tools who have complex setups and configurations; Arctic Wolf helps you securely embrace the cloud without complexity. The solution comes with 120+ alerting rules out of the box and is easy to setup via Amazon CloudFormation.
Furthermore, Arctic Wolf meets the 10 managed security specialisations required by AWS security experts to monitor essential AWS resources. These specialisations include AWS infrastructure vulnerability scanning, AWS resource inventory visibility, AWS security best practises monitoring, AWS compliance monitoring, the ability to monitor and triage security events, 24/7 incident alerting and response, distributed denial of service (DDoS) mitigation, managed intrusion detection and prevention systems, managed detection and response for AWS-based endpoints, and managed web application firewall (WAF).
Protecting Against Unauthorised Access and Data Loss
Malicious login activity for users and admins, admin settings changes, privilege escalations, logins from unusual international locations, phishing and credential theft
Cloud services are designed for access from multiple locations and come with support for multiple devices and operating systems, making them particularly vulnerable to unauthorised access.
Data breaches, where attackers attempt to acquire sensitive data, such as personally identifiable information, intellectual property, etc.
Cloud systems enable remote access, data download, and ubiquitous mobility. Third party API access and OAuth token issues may expose sensitive data. Compromised mobile devices may also result in data loss.
Cryptocurrency mining, “cryptojacking”, hackers exploiting corporate resources to provide services
Cloud instances are easy to create without authorisation and control remotely. They often lack comprehensive visibility and native alerting.
Human error, accidental data exposure, malicious insiders
Cloud platforms facilitate data mobility. Hybrid architectures rely on multiple platforms, and many cloud services enable easy creation of public-facing links.