Protecting Cloud VMs and Instances

Automate VM security in private, public & hybrid cloud environments. Ensure compliance with PCI-DSS, HIPAA and other requirements, detect configuration issues quickly, and protect VM-based workloads in runtime.

Configuration & Compliance Assessment
Real-Time Protection
Intrusion Prevention
Assess cloud VM configuration and ensure compliance
Implement security configuration best practices by evaluating OS configuration against the CIS Benchmark for Linux, scanning for malware and vulnerabilities, and ensuring that your VMs are properly hardened.
Real-time monitoring and VM protection
Keep VMs configuration immutable, protecting Linux and Windows machines against drift and tampering. Monitor user logins and suspicious activity.
Prevent intrusions and safeguard data
Use real-time controls to detect suspicious activity on cloud VMs such as Amazon EC2 instances. Monitor files and folders for read, write, and attribute changes.

Vulnerability scanning

Scan cloud VMs for known vulnerabilities and malware, check OS configuration against the CIS Benchmark for Linux, ensuring that the security posture of your cloud VMs is aligned with compliance policy and free from malware

Host assurance

Get alerts on system and application configuration violations, define a compliance baseline for VMs by using built-in and custom configuration checks, review remediation steps for aligning non-compliant VMs.

File integrity monitoring

Prevent access to the host by specified users and/or groups of users, monitor files and directories for read, write, and modify operations, track user access, attempted logins, and full command arguments.

Windows registry monitoring & protection

Monitor and enforce changes in Windows registry, secure selected operations on Windows registry keywords, values, and/or path attributes, audit specific processes and Windows users.

Workload segmentation

Gain full visibility into cloud VMs that run on a single/hybrid cloud, automatically enforce network firewall rules based on VM services, along with IP addresses and domain names (DNS) and cloud attributes​.

Forensic Analysis

View a single system of truth and avoid questions around evidence tampering and sequencing across disparate tools while reconstructing the sequence of events, track suspicious or malicious activity across a stack of virtual machines, containers, Kubernetes clusters, pods, etc., to form a holistic view of wide-scale, multi-vector attacks.