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Looking through Panther, I think many of the cloud security tools are useful for the standard cloud engineer. Many of the features I've seen small companies build by hand - usually poorly. And if the autoremediation works as advertised, this tool would drastically simplify some common pain-points (i.e. we all know the practices to avoid, but hooking up the infrastructure to detect and fix it is a time-consuming PITA).

Even if you're too small to have an incident response team, if you work on the cloud, you need to prevent these common security issues. I can't imagine using a tool built for the purpose is more of a money pit than writing it yourself as many cloud engineers end up doing.






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