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This is an example of osquery being used to achieve Linux server security in a large, 100,000+ server deployment in a FinTech organization.
Uptycs for Incident Investigation enables live querying at scale, complete historical state recreation, integrated 3rd party threat intel, and an open API for integration with your existing security ecosystem.
Learn more about the three major components of the Uptycs Osquery-Powered Security Analytics Platform: Collection, Aggregation and Analysis.
A highly scalable way to detect and reconcile changes to files across macOS, Linux, and Windows. FIM is offered as a precisely configurable module of the Uptycs Osquery-Powered Security Analytics Platform.
This cloud native customer deployed osquery to over 400 Mac workstations and 4,000 Linux servers for end-to-end security and visibility.
Uptycs offers an integrated Mac malware feed, 8-point Mac Security Health Check Report, and Mac EDR Dashboard.
Take the headaches and manual work out of compliance reporting and audit prep with ready-to-use, out-of-the-box reports that automate and dramatically improve the speed of evidence gathering.
This major SaaS-based customer relationship management services provider achieved FedRAMP certification within a three-month window using Uptycs.
Learn why osquery is popular for incident investigation, and how the Uptycs Flight Recorder is instrumental for historical recreation, even in ephemeral environments.
Fernando Montenegro, Senior Analyst at 451 Research offers his view of osquery, its potential and risk in the security market.
Join SANS Analyst, Dave Shackleford and Uptycs CTO, Milan Shah as they explore the new ways CSIRT teams are using osquery & Uptycs to provide a comprehensive, high-fidelity data set for incident investigation and more.
Uptycs is a host based monitoring solution that enables complete visibility into what containers are running, where, and which processes.
The Uptycs Blog is for security professionals and osquery enthusiasts interested in exploring new ideas in securing modern infrastructure including macOS, Linux, and Containers.
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