Control access to AWS environments with continuously evaluated and context-informed policies.

Remove standing access

Reduce the impact of credential compromise with real-time, context-based access decisions to AWS environments

Grant privileged access when needed

The right access at the right time across environments

Consistent policy management

Enforce organizational access policies for all of your AWS accounts

How it works

Organizations depend on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for their production environments. This makes AWS an ideal target for malicious actors. Traditional identity and access management (IAM) and privileged access management (PAM) tools depend on role-based access controls (RBAC) that lead to role bloat and standing access far beyond what an individual employee needs to be successful in their current role.

SGNL for AWS allows enterprises to draft context-based policies that grant dynamic access to production environments when required. For example, an engineer is assigned a ServiceNow ticket for a bug or outage that requires investigation in a specific environment and only has access while the ticket is open and they are attempting to access from a company-managed laptop.

Context-based policy enforcement

SGNL uses context from systems of record to provide privileged access to your AWS environments using your existing IdP

Unified data context

SGNL ingests and normalizes data from enterprise systems of record to provide consistent policy evaluation

Understandable by business owners

Human-readable policies allow application owners to define who can perform which actions

Achieve a Zero Standing Privilege security posture

SGNL eliminates standing access to systems providing a defense against session hijacking, misuse, and malicious actors

Learn more about SGNL for AWS in our technical documentation

See SGNL for AWS in Action