Sysdig Secure is part of Sysdig’s container intelligence platform. Sysdig uses a unified platform to deliver security, monitoring, and forensics in a container and microservices-friendly architecture. Sysdig Secure takes a services-aware approach to runtime security and forensics and brings together deep container visibility with Docker and Kubernetes integration to block threats more effectively.
In the background, the Sysdig agent lives on the hosts being monitored and collects the appropriate data and events. For more information, see the Sysdig Agent Documentation.
Presents relevant performance and security data together.
Offers image scanning, auditing, and runtime vulnerability management capabilities:
Filter and surface vulnerabilities against images, clusters, namespaces, hosts or any other label
Alert on unscanned images or images whose evaluation status has changed from new vulnerabilities
Log user actions, container activity, and command-line arguments
Enforce security policies and block attacks
Provides compliance testing for a distributed environment:
Easily schedule customized benchmark tests to run across hosts, services, or clusters
Export results to SIEM, logging clusters, or other tools your organization uses
Provides runtime detection and data enrichment:
Identify and block threats in real-time, based on application, container, and network activity
Instrument Kernel to track all app, container, host, and network system calls
View security policy violation based on orchestrated services
Supports incident response and forensics:
Protect distributed, dynamic, and ephemeral services with a single-service policy involving no manual configuration
Create detailed system captures for any policy violation or incident, enabling the ability to take actions against malicious activity
Drill down from policy violations into 100% granularity captures of pre- and post-attack activity
View SCAP files to see all system activity before, during, and after any security event
Create detailed system captures for any policy violation or incident enabling ability to take actions malicious activity
Integrate alerting and incident response
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