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Many security teams are still working on ways to achieve the holistic visibility in the cloud that they enjoyed with on-premises environments. While they have events and metrics from cloud service providers, it can be a challenge to correlate data across hosts, containers, and services in the cloud.
Uptycs combines data from cloud service providers with data from cloud-based hosts and containers. This gives you an end-to-end view of your cloud workloads—and the environment they operate in—and helps you easily answer difficult questions. At a glance, you can spot misconfigurations and vulnerabilities, meet compliance reporting requirements in the cloud, and detect and investigate threats.
Uptycs offers complete visibility for your cloud workloads, combining rich host-based data (what’s happening inside the workload) with AWS service data (what’s happening in the environment where the workloads are running). For cloud-native workloads, Uptycs provides the ability to monitor and investigate what’s going on inside EC2 host instances and containers in AWS. To assess the posture of your cloud environment, Uptycs analyzes data from a majority of key AWS services including CloudTrail, EC2, IAM, Route 53, S3, VPC, and others.
The Shared Responsibility Model puts the burden of securing the infrastructure on your cloud service provider, but it falls on you to secure applications and data. Uptycs simplifies continuous security monitoring for your cloud workloads and resources so you can identify and fix vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in development and production, in addition to proving compliance.
Uptycs’ cloud workload audit and compliance features include:
Uptycs’ threat detection and investigation capabilities include