Cased

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Add a comprehensive, high-signal, and tamper-proof audit trail to any application in minutes. Give your compliance, security, and customer support teams the information they need.

What is Cased?

Cased is the developer way to get production work done.

Cased is the fastest and developer friendly way to add visibility and approval workflows to the tools that run your business — without agents or sidecars. Learn how to integrate Cased with any command line tool or web application in minutes.

Know what's happening in command line tools

  • Link access to your team’s identity provider. Simplify access management by linking CLI usage to a real identity provider and stop wondering who’s really running commands as root.

  • Add peer approval workflows to sensitive operations. Add code review like checks to sensitive operations to catch mistakes ahead of time and to understand why sensitive data is being accessed.

  • Securely record sessions to help with troubleshooting and monitoring. See what commands were run and by whom to help with troubleshooting and system access reporting.

Getting Started With CLI.

Add just-in-time approval workflows to internal tools

Add approval workflows and activity logging to the custom admin tools that run your business. Cased can be integrated in minutes, whether you use these applications to access sensitive data, to impersonate users, or to make critical changes.

Add compliant audit trails to any application in minutes

Audit trails are foundational to improving the security posture of an application. Cased APIs and SDKs allow you to add a compliant and immutable log of activity to any application in minutes.

Publish your first audit trail event to Cased.

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What's Next

Now that you know what Cased is, learn how to publish your first audit trail event.

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Publish your first audit trail event

What is Cased?


Cased is the developer way to get production work done.

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