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The Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform® gives the context you need to help identify vulnerabilities according to greatest risk, so you can prioritize what to fix first.
Focus on what matters. The Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform allows you to detect installed packages that are vulnerable and exposing you to risk.
Threat Stack gives you a list of all your running servers and a summary of vulnerable packages on each. You can click on any server to see additional information about vulnerable packages with links to the NVD CVE entry and OS security notices.
Threat Stack Vulnerability Assessment is one of the many ways that the Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform® combines multiple detection and assessment technologies to identify risk across your infrastructure. First, Threat Stack analyzes installed packages in your infrastructure, compares them to the National Vulnerability Database (NVD) and evaluates them against your operating system, and then notifies you about any known vulnerabilities on installed software.
Many solutions give you a list of vulnerabilities without context, forcing you to hand over a long list of fixes to your Development or Operations teams. In contrast, Threat Stack provides the context you need to help sort your vulnerabilities by CVE, attack vector, package, and severity, so your team can focus on the highest severity issues in a way that makes sense to them.
Threat Stack helps you prioritize fixes by showing you which vulnerable packages are on servers that are online. Threat Stack’s integration with Amazon EC2 allows you to group and filter your infrastructure based on key EC2 properties, like AMI ID and EC2 tags, so you can better prioritize risk in the context of your environment.
To help you narrow down even further, Threat Stack also lets you sort by attack vector, such as Local, Network, and Adjacent Network, so you can understand how the vulnerability could be exploited.
Finally, Threat Stack lets you sort by the NVD-CVSS score — High, Medium, or Low — so you can see which vulnerabilities have the greatest risk associated with them.