Cloud Security Services
Kroll’s multi-layered approach to cloud security consulting services merges our industry-leading team of AWS and Azure-certified architects, cloud security experts and unrivaled incident expertise.Talk to an Expert
Whether your organization is large or small, new to the cloud or early cloud adopters, Kroll understands how unique and evolving complexities play out across a full range of industries. With over 3,000 incidents investigated and 53,000 hours of security assessment work completed every year, we deliver practical guidance to help your organization grow profitably and securely.
Cloud Security Consulting, from the Ground Up
Kroll partners with you to understand your current cloud security posture to design a cloud security program that provides continuous validation and governance of your cloud environment, all while enabling your business to thrive. As your partner, we offer services to guide you through every step of a secure cloud adoption journey:
Security architecture review services help ensure that cloud environments are designed with security from the beginning, creating a resilient, secure and scalable cloud platform for your business that aligns with industry standards and best practices.
Cloud penetration testing services provide assurance infrastructure/ systems in the cloud are implemented as designed and security controls are effective.
Cloud governance and operations assessments review security controls and monitoring of cloud assets. Successful deployment of policy and monitoring tools makes sure that cloud environments are always compliant with regulatory requirements, corporate standards and industry best practices.
Kroll incident response services are at the ready to respond to any security incident that affects your cloud assets.
- External network access control
- Internal network access control
- Identity and access management
- Multi-factor authentication and federated access
- Encryption and data security
- Backup and disaster recovery
- Security event logging, correlation and alerting
- Incident response planning
For clients who are considering or have chosen specific cloud services, Kroll’s cloud security risk assessments will focus on evaluating the configuration and controls for that specific deployment. Sample engagements include:
Microsoft 365 Email Security Assessments
Identifies areas for improvement in a client’s email security defenses. Check out this M365 business email compromise case study.Read More
Google Workspace Email Security Assessments
Focuses on Workspace configuration for email, drives and content compliance, policies for phishing prevention, workstation defenses and end-user awareness.
AWS Cloud Security Assessments
Reviewing AWS security groups, identity and access management (IAM), access control lists, relational databases, EC2 instance lifecycles and more.
Google Cloud Security Assessments
Uncovers potential gaps in configuration and document storage in addition to IAM, logging, virtual machines and the Kubernetes engine.
Cloud Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Management
Independent configuration reviews and penetration testing can deliver the findings that are the ultimate gauge of your cloud security defenses. Kroll’s team of offensive security experts will approach your environment from an attacker’s perspective to identify any weaknesses in your cloud applications or infrastructure. Remediation guidance will incorporate the business requirements of a system and present approaches that leverage the vast security features available from Cloud Services Providers, to provide a practical strategy to defend your cloud environment.
Our experts are experienced in using a wide variety of assessment tools as well as manual attack techniques to uncover weaknesses that are often missed in cloud services. Coupled with industry certified penetration testing experts, we bring real-world tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) typically deployed by successful criminals to compromise cloud services.
Cloud Incident Response Management and Planning
Kroll’s digital forensics experts investigate hundreds of cloud security incidents annually. Our decades of investigative incident response experience and advanced intelligence collection and correlation enable us to respond quickly, efficiently, and effectively.
Kroll understands that a major concern for most clients experiencing a cloud incident is whether sensitive data was compromised. Our wealth of investigative experience and knowledge translates to unrivaled expertise in assessing and identifying files that are likely to contain sensitive data. Our team of experts also leverage advanced analytics to assist in identifying files that do not require review for sensitive data and perform statistically valid sampling to verify the results, reducing time and cost.
Cloud Migration Security Consulting
Like most businesses, you are either thinking about migrating to the cloud or increasing operations in the cloud. The flexibility and cost savings are a competitive advantage that you cannot pass up. However, to avoid the time, money and reputational costs of a data breach, as well as to save time and money through the course of the migration, you need to plan carefully and ask the right cloud migration security questions.
Kroll's Cloud Security Architecture Advisory helps secure organizations moving their infrastructure to the cloud. Kroll subject matter experts will assist organizations to improve their cloud security posture and reduce risk in newly developed cloud environments such as Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, Azure, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and more. The services offer the opportunity to have access to a dedicated security advisor and a team of highly skilled security professionals for a set number of hours throughout the year.
Fortify Your Defenses and Response Resources
You can be certain that cyber attackers are aware of security gaps resulting from cloud implementations with weak security measures. Kroll’s cloud security specialists leverage unrivaled knowledge to help you navigate the unique risks the cloud presents, so you’re in a better position to protect your data and respond to an incident.
Cloud Security Partners
We don’t just provide a report and walk away. We become an extension of your team, collaborating with you from start to finish to support your security, compliance and ultimate success with cloud technologies. Our proprietary data, technology and insights help our clients stay ahead of today’s complex demands.
Certified Cloud Expertise
The professionals at Kroll have certifications that cover all the leading cloud service providers. We have industry-leading experience across many AWS services, including EC2, Lambda, S3 and Cognito. We enjoy deep expertise in Azure Virtual Machines, Azure Functions, Blob Storage and Azure Active Directory, as well as the Google Cloud Platform. We are ready to help secure your Kubernetes and containerized workloads in all cloud environments from EKS, ECS, Fargate to AKS and GKE.
Proven Cloud Expertise
Our team of consultants executed over 25,000 hours of cloud security assessments across AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform in 2021. We work extensively with leading cloud tools such as Dome9, Prisma and ScoutSuite.
Cloud Security Consulting as Part of a Cyber Risk Retainer
Kroll offers cloud security consulting services that can be delivered as part of a cyber risk retainer while providing you with prioritized access to Kroll’s elite team of incident response specialists.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need a cloud-specific security strategy?
Many companies think they can move their infrastructure to the cloud without making fundamental changes to their security protocols. But shifting from on-premises infrastructure to the cloud is not a trivial move. The cloud operates differently from a traditional IT environment, meaning there are unique security considerations to keep in mind. Whether you’re migrating to the cloud, operating in a hybrid cloud environment or taking a cloud-first approach, you’ll need a cloud-specific strategy to address risk.
What security questions should I ask when migrating to or operating in the cloud?
Integrity and privacy are your key goals. You’ll want to consider: Are my company’s security policies built for the cloud? What type of data do I maintain and who needs access? Do I have any data residency requirements? Which cloud provider will I work with, and what capabilities and responsibilities does that cloud provider have? A cloud security provider like Kroll can help you address these questions.
What are the top issues a cloud security strategy will address?
According to Gartner, through 2024, most enterprises will continue to struggle with appropriately measuring cloud security risks. Common cloud risks include security misconfigurations and challenges with data security. By establishing a cloud security strategy, you can make sure you have a cloud policy that addresses cloud-specific risks. Additionally, you can plan for regular security testing to verify that the controls your business has in place are properly implemented and are providing the protection your business needs.