I am thrilled to announce that ProwlerPro is now a member of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Amazon Partner Network (APN)! As one of the most trusted and downloaded cloud security platforms out there, this is a big deal for us.

This certification validates ProwlerPro as the most comprehensive and easy-to-use platform for AWS security. As part of this exciting development, we have also launched multi-account support for unlimited AWS accounts, adding to our already industry-leading suite of security features.

With support for multiple AWS accounts, security professionals can now seamlessly work across their entire AWS environment, ensuring greater visibility and control over their cloud deployment. This enterprise-grade feature automates the job of discovering, analyzing, and understanding the security posture of an entire cloud deployment across security assessment, incident responses, hardening and penetration testing automated checks.

What This Means for You

That’s the full implementation of ProwlerPro which includes easy set-up; a holistic view of your infrastructure for any AWS region; dashboards with actionable, direct insights for every level of your security posture; answers in minutes; and now, support for multiple AWS account scans!

What are resources?

Many people have asked what we mean by resources. ProwlerPro runs checks against your infrastructure. Those checks look for misconfigurations, security bad practices, etc. in your cloud resources (a cloud resource is a virtual machine, a security group, a bucket, a storage volume, etc). Each resource gets scanned in different ways by ProwlerPro every day, so we charge based on the number of resources.

With ProwlerPro you can: 

  • Sign up and try it free for 15 days
  • Make an account in just a few minutes
  • Scan up to 10,000 resources for free
  • See your results in dashboards with actionable, direct insights for every level of detail of your security posture
  • Get a holistic view of your infrastructure for any AWS region
  • Get answers in minutes
  • And now, scan multiple AWS accounts!

As the creator of Prowler Open Source, my goal has always been to give cloud security professionals the tools they need to ensure their systems remain secure and reliable, with all threats detected and traced in an easy-to-understand, streamlined solution. Our acceptance into the AWS Amazon Partner Program is an endorsement of the work we’ve done to date, and it will allow us to offer more features, products, and community services that enhance what was already a best-in-class product on the market.

The APN is a global community of AWS Partners that leverage programs, expertise, and resources to build, market, and sell customer offerings. As an APN member, ProwlerPro joins a global network of 100,000 Partners from more than 150 countries working with AWS to provide innovative solutions, solve technical challenges, win deals, and deliver value to mutual customers.

I invite you to see for yourself by signing up for your free trial. Once you’ve signed up we welcome you to join our ProwlerPro Slack.

We are honored to be a part of this community and excited to bring security to more cloud environments every day. Thanks for your continued support, and here’s to more exciting updates from ProwlerPro in the future!


Toni de la Fuente
Lead of ProwlerPro and Creator of Prowler Open Source

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Toni de la Fuente

Founder of Prowler Open Source & Lead of Prowler Pro

I’m founder of Prowler Open Source, tool for AWS security best practices. I also worked for AWS as security engineer and security consultant. I’m passionate about FLOSS (Free Libre Open Source Software) in general and Information Security, Incident Response and Digital Forensics in particular. I like everything related to cloud computing and automation. I have done some things for security and the Open Source community like Prowler, phpRADmin, Nagios plugin for Alfresco, Alfresco BART (backup tool). I’ve also contributed in books and courses related to Linux, Monitoring and AWS Security for PacktPublishing.