Control user access to accounts, repositories and actions using the new User Management feature.
The AWS Remediation CloudFormation stack just got a huge update.
Our customers have requested to get a weekly updates of everything that happened on their connected accounts. So we listened and came up with a condensed view of everything you should know about what Bridgecrew has observed in the past 7 days.
Bridgecrew has officially joined the AWS Marketplace.
Our integration with GitHub.com just got an amazing new boost with the addition of inline comments in pull requests.
Ever wanted to see all your currently active policies? Now you can. Our new Policies offers a fresh new way to explore what policies are currently running in the environment, their latest scan results and other important information such as related guidelines and compliance benchmarks.
Bridgecrew can now scan CloudFormation templates generated using the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). You can even report violations at build time straight to the Bridgecrew platform to be visible in the application.
If you are using to GitLab to host your infrastructure-as-code, you can now connect them directly to Bridgecrew and scan them for security and compliance misconfigurations.
ARM templates allow users to create and deploy Azure infrastructure using a declarative syntax. It supports most native Azure services, including virtual machines, network infrastructure, storage systems.