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Yes, this sounds like what I have meant. Where did you see it? URL?
Thanks everyone for bunch of security links!
(Meetup today / presenter was from hashicorp)
Expect announcement at hashiconf
Ahh, I thought it is there already. Yes, I know, there will be few exciting things announced there. Looking forward to it
@Gabe - of course you’re already here
it’s where i saw pacbot
@endofcake have you used it?
Ohhh… didn’t realize it was that new
PacBot by T-Mobile for compliance monitoring - potentially useful? Quite heavy weight though, what with Redshift as one of the dependencies. https://github.com/tmobile/pacbot
PacBot (Policy as Code Bot). Contribute to tmobile/pacbot development by creating an account on GitHub.
not quite as comprehensive but another similar project i was looking at last year: https://github.com/capitalone/cloud-custodian
Rules engine for cloud security, cost optimization, and governance, DSL in yaml for policies to query, filter, and take actions on resources - capitalone/cloud-custodian
a bunch of other security stuff
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Keeps baking security into code creation for cloud.
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At Black Hat 2018 in Las Vegas, Netflix security engineer William Bengtson explained how his company monitors AWS credentials and introduced a new open source tool, called Trailblazer.
The new tool, called Hammer, was developed partly in response to the growing need for automation amid talent shortages and the fast-paced nature of software development, said Dow Jones CISO Jaswinder Hayre.
@antonbabenko from the horses mouth: kms-based auto unsealing for vault getting released to open source
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Looks like your dream of simplifying module will be made easier
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