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Computer and network security software for IT professionals
Qualys Cloud Platform is designed to help businesses automate the security and monitoring of web applications and gain visibility into the utilization of IT assets. It enables IT professionals to detect threats related to unauthorized access across networks and conduct audits and IP scans. Read more about Qualys Cloud Platform
Container-based PaaS to build, deliver, monitor & scale apps
Heroku is a cloud platform as a service (PaaS) designed for developers and teams to build, deliver, monitor, and scale modern apps. Heroku offers integrated tools, services, and workflows to help organizations of all sizes to maximize individual and team productivity, and deliver apps more quickly. Read more about Heroku
Cloud security platform for AWS, Azure, and GCP environments
Got more than 100 cloud assets? Orca Security provides workload-level security for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) WITHOUT AGENTS. Detect and identify vulnerabilities, malware, misconfigurations, leaked passwords, lateral movement risk, and unsecured high-risk data. Read more about Orca Security
Application creation and hosting
OpenShift helps build applications and host apps on the OpenShift server with the ability to modify and deploy. It is a cloud-based platform designed to simplify application development and hosting by providing complete control over your applications and coding in the language of your choice. Read more about OpenShift
Network monitoring and endpoint protection platform
Falcon is a cloud-based endpoint protection platform designed to help enterprises detect, manage, and remediate threats in real-time to prevent data loss. Features include event recording, alerts, prioritization, credential management, and access control. Read more about Falcon
Cloud-based security platform to track & fix vulnerabilities
Snyk is a cloud-based application security and testing platform, which helps enterprises discover and fix vulnerabilities across open source libraries, containers, or codes throughout the development process. Features include runtime monitoring, reporting, exploitability indicators, alerts, and prioritization. Read more about Snyk
Open source security and licenses compliance
WhiteSource is the leading solution for agile open source security and license compliance management. It integrates with your development environments and DevOps pipeline to detect open source libraries with security or compliance issues in real-time. Read more about WhiteSource
The Secure DevOps Company
Confidently secure containers, Kubernetes and cloud with the Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform. Scan images, detect and respond to threats, validate cloud posture and compliance, monitor and troubleshoot. Read more about Sysdig
Cloud security & compliance platform
Lacework is a cloud security and compliance software which provides automated intrusion detection, threat defence, one-click investigation, and compliance across AWS, Azure, GCP, and private clouds, giving users a comprehensive view of risks across their cloud workloads and containers. Read more about Lacework
Instant Visibility, Continuous Protection
CloudPassage® Halo® is the world’s leading security and compliance automation platform that provides instant visibility and continuous protection for servers. Read more about CloudPassage Halo

StackRox

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Container and Kubernetes security tool for detecting threats
StackRox is a container security platform designed to help government agencies and businesses protect cloud-based applications, detect threats, and manage vulnerabilities, compliance requirements, configurations, and more. Administrators can gain visibility into risks on a centralized dashboard. Read more about StackRox
Cloud security platform to detect and respond to threats
Threat Stack is a cloud-based platform that helps businesses identify and respond to threats in real-time while ensuring security and compliance across applications. It facilitates visibility across cloud management console, host, containers and serverless layers. Read more about Threat Stack

Anchore

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Container security platform for DevSecOps teams
Anchore is a container security platform designed to help development, security and operations teams in federal and corporate organizations scan, analyze, secure and troubleshoot containerized applications. It allows administrators to conduct deep inspection of container images and report on software components including packages, artifacts,... Read more about Anchore
Cloud and container security software
Tenable.io is a container security software that helps businesses assess vulnerabilities, prioritize remediation actions, monitor assets, and more on a centralized platform. The automated inspection module enables staff members to detect malware, handle hierarchy intelligence, and assess container images by layer. Read more about Tenable.io
Cloud and container security software for IT teams
CloudGuard is a container security software designed to help businesses streamline vulnerability assessment, workload protection, and compliance management operations via a unified platform. It enables IT professionals to automatically scan containers and provide protection against external threats using custom rules and analysis. Read more about CloudGuard
Cloud-based cybersecurity and threat assessment software
ThreatWatch is a cloud-based cybersecurity software that provides businesses with tools to conduct risk assessments, identify vulnerabilities, and secure third-party assets. Supervisors can utilize artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled threat intelligence tool to perform security scans and self-certify codes, images, and artifacts. Read more about ThreatWatch
Cloud-based container security software
Google Container Security is a cloud-based software that provides businesses with tools to secure container environments across Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), Anthos, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Supervisors can deploy patches on image containers and secure workloads using application-layer encryption. Read more about Google Container Security