For our projects using Terraform, tfsec has quickly become a default static analysis tool to detect potential security risks. It's easy to integrate into a CI pipeline and has a growing library of checks against all of the major cloud providers and platforms like Kubernetes. Given its ease of use, we believe tfsec could be a good addition to any Terraform project.
Security is everyone's concern, and capturing risks early is always better than facing problems later on. In the infrastructure as code space — where Terraform has been an obvious choice to manage cloud environments — we now also have tfsec, a static analysis tool that scans Terraform templates to find potential security issues. Our teams have been using tfsec quite successfully. The tool is easy to set up and use, which makes it a great choice for any development team determined to mitigate security risks to prevent breaches before they happen. Its preset rules for different cloud providers, including AWS and Azure, compliment the benefits that tfsec brings to the teams that use Terraform.
Security is everyone's concern and capturing risks early is always better than facing problems later on. In the infrastructure as code space, where Terraform is an obvious choice to manage cloud environments, we now also have tfsec, which is a static analysis tool that helps to scan Terraform templates and find any potential security issues. It comes with preset rules for different cloud providers including AWS and Azure. We always like tools that help to mitigate security risks, and tfsec not only excels in identifying security risks, it's also easy to install and use.