Container, Kubernetes and Host Security
Sysdig is an open source-based, SaaS-first container, Kubernetes and host security platform that automatically integrates with existing DevOps tools and workflows.
Secure Containers, Kubernetes and Hosts
Manage vulnerability, configuration, and compliance risks. Detect and respond to threats in containers, Kubernetes, and serverless.
Reduce risk with image scanning integrated into CI/CD pipelines and runtime. Secure runtime with out-of-the-box managed policies based on Falco and ML. Know what happened and why with an audit trail.
Block risky images and fix configuration and permissions automatically. Detect malicious Kubernetes API activity. Apply consistent policies with OPA.
Validate CIS Benchmarks and compliance (PCI, NIST, SOC2) for container and Kubernetes environments. Automate compliance and governance with OPA policies.
“I advise organizations new to containers to find something that gives real insights, that shows you things you haven't seen before, and points out what you should look for. A tool like that makes your life easier and gives you confidence in your environment. This is what Sysdig Secure does for me. It gives me confidence that lets me sleep better. I really like the Sysdig integration with system calls, which enabled us to see what we couldn’t previously see. I suddenly had access to any view on my infrastructure.”– Daniel Kerwin, Head of Technical Operations, Gini "
Sysdig Secure Container Security Platform
Prevent vulnerabilities, secrets, and misconfigurations in images in CI/CD pipelines and registries and scan hosts. Flag new CVEs immediately and automatically prioritize using runtime contexts.
Detection and Response
Secure runtime using out-of-the-box managed policies based on Falco and ML. Detect and respond fast to threats, vulnerability exploits, and malicious activities in containers, hosts, and Kubernetes.
Improve your security posture and pass audits with compliance standard (PCI, NIST, SOC2) controls for container environments, mapped out of the box. Enforce compliance consistently using OPA.
Automatically kill malicious containers or processes to block attacks. Audit users, commands, files, and net activity to know what happened. Conduct forensics on containers even after they’re long gone.