Threat Stack monitors for signs of security incidents across your containers and Kubernetes — and alerts you in real time.Book a Demo
We provide comprehensive sets of rules based on container security threats and best practices to address unique issues compared to traditional host infrastructure. It’s easy to modify pre-built rules or to create custom rules.
Identify signs of risky behavior or intrusion.
Automated coverage regardless of your workflow, and only one agent is needed per host — which saves you costs and reduces technology integration performance issues.
The Threat Stack Agent’s proximity to operating system internals allows it to plug into the Docker and Kubernetes APIs, while correlating users and processes that cross between host and container boundaries.
The Threat Stack agent can be deployed on your hosts or as a container, and can be built into daemonsets, configuration management tools, or machine images — so you’ll get automated coverage regardless of your workflow. Unlike other container security solutions that require an agent in each container, you only need one per host to gain visibility into every layer — which saves you costs and reduces performance issues.
Like any new addition to your tech stack, containers come with new security challenges — and best practices. We’ve built sets of rules based on container security threats and best practices, so you don’t have to.
Threat Stack gives you a single place to monitor your containers, Kubernetes, hosts, cloud management console, and applications. This gives you a single tool for your entire infrastructure and the ability to investigate incidents across layers of infrastructure.
The ephemeral nature of containers has enormous benefits, but can present challenges when it comes time to investigate a security incident. Threat Stack enables you to retain event data as long as you’d like, so you can investigate an incident long after it took place.
Every other security tool we've looked at is good at containers, or at Kubernetes, is good at AWS, or at instance monitoring. But nobody is good at tying all of those things together, and that's really where Threat Stack shines.