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Oracle Cloud Guard: Quick-Start Guide

Oracle Cloud Guard detects misconfigured resources and insecure activity across tenants and provides security administrators with the visibility to triage and resolve cloud security issues. You can enable Cloud Guard with just a few clicks.



Step 1

Launch Cloud Guard

Launch the Cloud Guard dashboard by going to Security > Cloud Guard in the Oracle Cloud menu.

Launch Cloud Guard

Step 2

Enable Cloud Guard

On the Cloud Guard page, click the Enable Cloud Guard button at top right.

Enable Cloud Guard

Step 3

Create the policies to manage resources

Add the required identity and access management policies for Cloud Guard to monitor the resources in the tenancy and press the “Create Policy” button. Once the policies are enabled, select the “Next” button.

Create the policies to manage resources

Step 4

Configure the regions and compartments to monitor

Select the Region and compartments you want Cloud Guard to monitor.

Configure the regions and  ompartments to monitor

Step 5

Start monitoring your resources for security weaknesses

Click the Enable button at the bottom of the screen. Cloud Guard will now monitor your resources for security weakness related to configuration and will suggest, assist, or take corrective actions, based on your configuration.

With Cloud Guard you can gain a unified view of cloud security posture across your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure tenants. Oracle Cloud Guard detects misconfigured resources and insecure activity across tenants and provides security administrators with the visibility to triage and resolve cloud security issues.

 

Start monitoring your resources for security weaknesses

An Oracle Cloud Infrastructure user with the appropriate privileges is required to manage Cloud Guard resources. For details on the privileges required and other prerequisites, visit our our prerequisites page.

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