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Cloud Security Posture Management

Building off of the example queries showcased in the previous video, here we will explore how we can leverage the context provided by the JupiterOne graph to solve for a complex, real-world use case: discovering public-facing instances that have access to non-public S3 buckets.

By leveraging the prebuilt questions in JupiterOne, you can quickly execute queries. In this example, we are using Are there public facing instances that are allowed to access non-public S3 buckets?. By selecting the question, JupiterOne will run the associated query and display the results.

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In the next article, we'll illustrate how JupiterOne can help automate your security workflows by creating alerts based on questions and queries such as the one illustrated above–enabling you to be alerted whenever a change may occur in findings for a particular query.