Have you heard about Mondoo's latest offering, the Open Security Registry? It's a game-changer for security professionals, and I can't wait to share the details with you.
What is the Open Security Registry?
Mondoo has created an open, browsable database of security, compliance, and best practice checks that you can access for free. This powerful resource is designed to help you evaluate and secure your business-critical IT infrastructure with cnspec in just a single click. Plus, it makes it super easy for security engineers to consume and share security best practices as code.
Why should you care?
- Collaboration: The Open Security Registry enables DevOps and security engineering teams to work together seamlessly, creating customized security solutions tailored to their unique needs. The contents of the registry are free to browse and use, no account required. It’s easy to share with everyone, even if they’re new to Mondoo.
- Ease of use: Get started instantly. You can search the registry for specific technologies, compliance standards, or security scenarios. Then, with a single click, you can use the open source cnspec command-line tools to see immediate results.
- Confidence: By executing policies directly from the Open Security Registry with cnspec, you can be sure you're following best practices when securing your IT infrastructure.
How to get started
Ready to dive in? Just visit https://mondoo.com/registry to start browsing and running checks. It's that simple!
Mondoo's Extensive Library and Commitment to Accessible Security Resources
Mondoo has invested heavily in building a library of over 23k+ checks and 180+ security policies. It’s our mission to make actionable resources available to all practitioners, alongside our free, open source cnspec and cnquery tools.
Contributing to the community
If you're interested in contributing to the Mondoo policy community, you can send pull requests to our GitHub repository or engage with us via our Slack team.
The Open Security Registry is an incredible resource for security professionals looking to collaborate, learn, and apply best practices to their IT infrastructure. Give it a try and let me know what you think!