Aqua Wave supports CSPM in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) projects to help ensure the security and compliance of GCP resources.
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Connecting Aqua Wave to your GCP project is simple and straightforward, and takes about 5 minutes. CSPM connects to your project through the use of a service account with read-only "Viewer" access. Refer to our GCP setup guide for complete installation steps.
The Scanning Process
Once connected, CSPM will query various read-only APIs in your account to obtain information about the configuration of your infrastructure services. This information will be processed and analyzed by our security control plugins to produce a security report.
CSPM has hundreds of plugins, representing a variety of cloud security controls. Some example findings include:
- The use of rotation for cryptographic keys
- Security groups configured to allow inbound access to sensitive services from the internet
- The use of least-privileged policies for services and compute instances
To begin auditing your GCP accounts, simply register for an Aqua Wave account and follow the connection process above.