Satori for S3
Streamline data security and access in your S3 buckets using Satori’s Data Security Platform
Managing Access to Sensitive Data in S3 Buckets
Satori helps companies streamline access to data in S3 buckets by automating access controls and security. With Satori, you can enable just-in-time access to S3 buckets or specific files. You also have a unified place to keep all logs and manage access controls.
Just-in-time Access to Data in S3 Buckets
Satori enables your data users to get temporary access to data and files in S3 buckets when required, instead of giving them risky persistent access. Access can be automatic or through an approval workflow from an online data portal, Slack, or other integrations.
Meeting Compliance & Security Requirements for S3 Files
Satori gives you a single place for all data access logs, including those from S3. You also control who has access to your files and how the access is managed.
Simplified Access Control
Self-Service Data Access
Auditing & Monitoring
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How It Works
“The moment you make the secure way slightly more complicated or slower, people will go the non-secure way. You need to make secure data the fastest way of getting things done and that’s what we do with Satori.”
“We have built a custom ACL (Access-Control List) engine with Satori, that maps to the organizational hierarchy of our customers That’s what makes our healthcare data platform so specialized for this market. You can easily take that hierarchy and put ACL structures in place to say, as you go higher up in the structure, you get broader access, but you can still limit the access for each level: that’s where data masking, data access policies, and data auditing capabilities of Satori are extremely important.”
“We have all of the data regimes that require the controls that must be implemented for GDPR or region-specific requirements like those for Australia, Brazil, or the US.”
“Being able to have an effective line of sight on which data resides where, how internal stakeholders are consuming that data, and what they need to be successful within their role without increasing the risk of data breach or exposure for their organization – that’s the “why” for DataSecOps and Satori.”