A single, cloud-native platform for workload compliance and security across the entire infrastructure stack, throughout the application lifecycle.
Cloud Posture Management
Identification of changes made to cloud configuration through service provider APIs, including host instances, security groups, IAM policy, and access keys.
Build-time and runtime application security, including developer feedback and live attack detection and blocking.
Real-time, continuous monitoring and protection for Linux and Windows virtual machine workloads.
RESTful APIs and built-in integrations that leverage existing incident response, investigation, and analytics tools.
Container & Kubernetes Security
Detection of risky behaviors, active threats, and configuration issues for containers, container orchestration, and managed container services.
Extend your team’s security expertise and resources with the Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program℠.
Threat Stack Oversight℠
Reduce mean-time-to-respond with 24/7 monitoring and alert escalation from the Threat Stack Security Operations Center.
Threat Stack Insight℠
Improve your cloud security posture with deep security analytics and a dedicated team of Threat Stack experts who will help you set and achieve your security goals.
Follow along as the Threat Stack Security Team shows how a malicious actor leverages the unique characteristics of the public cloud to launch their attack.
See inside an active cryptomining malware campaign as Threat Stack’s Security Operations Center (SOC) details a recently discovered variant of the Shellbot malware.
Threat Stack offers unique solution packages to meet your cloud security goals.
Trade Up Program
Trade in any competitive solution and receive an invoice credit for current contract towards a Threat Stack plan, a dedicated on-boarding team, and customer service manager.
Compliance for Cloud Workloads
Demonstrate continuous monitoring to auditors with pre-built rulesets and compliance reports that map to major regulatory compliance requirements like PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and SOC 2.
Security for AWS
Integrate Threat Stack with AWS to monitor changes and misconfigurations across multiple accounts and services.
Monitor for anomalous or risky behaviors across host, container, and container orchestration to alert you to signs of compromise.
Detect and remediate vulnerabilities across your infrastructure.
File Integrity Monitoring
Monitor for creates, deletes, opens, and edits to secret files to identify nefarious activity and satisfy compliance requirements.
Correlate security signals across your entire infrastructure stack with flexible built-in integrations, APIs, and data lake integration for SIEM.
Bring Security and DevOps teams together: Deploy in minutes and auto-scale with configuration management tools and Kubernetes to monitor cloud-native resources throughout the build pipeline.
Monitor all of your de-coupled, stateless, polyglot services in a single solution, even when they’re built and deployed in separate pipelines by different teams.
Fargate Security Monitoring
Threat Stack fills the visibility gap for managed container services like AWS Fargate, with process tracking and detailed netflow metadata.
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Nathan Cooprider is a Senior Software Engineer working on the Threat Stack instance agent. Nathan comes to Threat Stack from the endpoint engineering team of Bit9 + Carbon Black. Prior to Bit9, Nathan led the signal processing software team for the MQ9 Predator drone at BAE. He received his BS in CS from Brigham Young University and his PhD in CS from the University of Utah. Nathan has over a decade of experience working with computer systems. This includes eight refereed publications on the static analysis of microcontroller applications written in C. He also wrote a paper on multivariate data visualization, co-authored a paper on multiple hypothesis tracking, and has supported language modeling research. Nathan's accumulated experience with various software engineering languages and tools includes C, C++, python, doxygen, Jenkins, OCaml, CIL, cmake, and many others.
10 total posts.
February 19, 2019
Now is a good time to review Threat Stack’s Docker integration in the wake of the recent runc CVE. The headline reporting gets a little hyperbolic, ...
November 20, 2018
The adage “Everything old is new again,” rings true in the cybersecurity industry as much as anywhere else. Some of the best practices from ...
May 18, 2018
Developers gonna develop. That’s why we’re developers. We want to set some implementation goal and then make that a reality. We like to stay ...
April 28, 2017
A post based on the talk I just gave at SOURCE Boston 2017
If you answer Yes to one or more of the following questions, you probably have agent ...
October 28, 2016
I've seen some crazy things. I've also done some crazy things. I’m going to tell you about one of them.
A developer walks into a bar. He then ...
July 29, 2016
Given the constant changes affecting today’s security industry — whether it’s the explosion of big data, the global shift to cloud-based ...
May 31, 2016
A couple of weeks ago I attended the SOURCE Conference in Boston and had the opportunity of sitting in on a number of insightful, stimulating — and ...
February 3, 2016
I believe in application control, often called application whitelisting. A lot of FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) gets spread about today's cyber ...
November 5, 2015
Docker. It’s a thing. A big thing. Actually, it’s a bunch of little things. Things called containers that like to pretend they’re running in ...
May 20, 2015
I like the ideas behind quantified self. This has not driven me to purchase an Apple Watch, but I am now on my second fitbit. I also ...