Cloud Security Platform
A single, cloud-native platform for workload compliance and security across the entire infrastructure stack, throughout the application lifecycle.
Threat Stack Oversight (SOC)
Reduce mean-time-to-respond with 24/7/365 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.
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The Threat Stack Cloud Security PlatformⓇ with ThreatML™ contextualizes security data from deep within the operating system, and combines it with security telemetry from across your cloud infrastructure for comprehensive intrusion detection.
We monitor all user or group modifications to help you catch privilege escalations, attempts by unapproved sudo users, abnormal login or user access attempts, and other risky activity.
We watch for abnormal process events and other activity that could indicate malware or other dangerous command and control activity. We also monitor and alert on risky activities associated with critical or sensitive files, such as when files are opened, copied, moved, created, or modified in a way that appears suspicious.
We combine the machine learning engine of ThreatML and pre-built rules to detect known risks at massive scale and quickly uncover unknown anomalies across cloud workloads — so you can respond to threats faster.
We identify changes to application services like web servers, database server binds, or proxy nodes, and other critical system service changes.
Threat Stack offers multiple deployment options, so you can add security without slowing DevOps velocity. Get up and running in minutes, with no additional infrastructure, via the following methods:
Threat Stack captures all security audit signals by default from native OS subsystems like Linux Audit or the Windows Event Log. Collected telemetry data is enriched in the Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform®, where it's combined with metadata from EC2 instances, AWS management console activity, and more. This approach provides context-rich data that informs proactive security measures like threat hunting and predictive analytics, as well as the precision needed when reacting to an active cyber attack.
Most of the time, the agent is simply gathering data and securely sending it to the Threat Stack platform. More processing happens platform-side, where events are parsed and alerts are fired. In the platform, all of the alerting is based on rules. Several hundred rules come out-of-the-box, and they are all directly customizable so you can ensure that security monitoring is fully tuned and optimized for specific workloads and compliance requirements. On the back end, raw event data is exportable off the platform and into your own S3 bucket.
Threat Stack delivers advanced anomaly detection with ThreatML, a machine learning engine that enhances security observability for the Threat Stack Cloud Security PlatformⓇ, Threat Stack Oversight℠, and Threat Stack Insight℠
By combining full-stack telemetry, machine learning, rules, and human expertise, Threat Stack empowers security teams to accelerate mean-time-to-know (MTTK), focus on high-severity threats, save time, and reduce cost.
Threat Stack behavioral analysis looks for potential signs of compromise and collects data such as:
At a high level, Threat Stack can be deployed in minutes to collect real-time security audit data from the operating system, handle file integrity monitoring (FIM), and capture user-space events. Threat Stack currently supports various versions of the following operating systems:
for specific versions and minimum kernel requirements.