The Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform® offers intrusion detection across your host, containers, and infrastructure control plane to alert you to signs of compromise.Book a Demo
Threat Stack combines multiple detection and assessment technologies that scour your cloud infrastructure. More ways to detect mean more attacks detected.
Threat Stack provides real-time alerting that surfaces the context you need to investigate and respond quickly, without having to dig through mountains of data.
Short on resources? Let your Security team focus on other projects while the Threat Stack experts monitor your infrastructure and triage high-severity alerts.
Without a traditional physical perimeter, it’s difficult to monitor who’s coming in and out. Plus, you lack visibility into what happens when someone bypasses your new software-defined perimeter by taking advantage of encrypted communications such as HTTPS or SSH.
If you’re relying on a database of known attacks, you’re always going to be one step behind the advanced attacker or a targeted attack. Since more attackers are leveraging packing or encrypting techniques, no zero day is required to get through your defenses.
Threat Stack gives you a timeline of events, which you can view by user, IP address, or server, helping you investigate alerts quickly and effectively. No more jumping between tools to piece together clues.
Unlike solutions that rely on databases of known attacks, Threat Stack uses behavioral analysis to look for suspicious behavior that indicates you’ve been compromised. This enables you to detect attackers regardless of the methods used, whether they’re external threats or inside actors.
Threat Stack behavioral analysis looks for potential signs of compromise and collects data such as:
Threat Stack ingests data from services like AWS CloudTrail to alert you to changes made like instances spun up in unused regions.
Threat Stack’s lightweight agent monitors system, user, and file behavior on the host to alert you to signs of compromise — from the inside or outside.
Threat Stack integrates with Docker to alert you to suspicious activity — like someone logging into a container.
We know that, if we detect a malicious event, we are able to go back and search to see who launched the process, what it did, what it connected to, and how to proceed.
We needed an automated solution that could quickly carry out the first round of analysis, so we could then make risk-based decisions based on clear, structured evidence.
I would definitely recommend Threat Stack to any type of organization, small or big, because it will help you achieve complete infrastructure security at an affordable cost.