The Cloud Security Platform with ThreatML™: with Threat Intelligence Technology comes the power of automated machine-learning to automatically detect and react to unknown threats across multiple cloud workloads and in real time, enabling you to quickly find and mitigate potential threats against your Cloud Security platform. The solution works across multiple cloud environments such as the private, public, hybrid, or SaaS.
The Cloud Security Platform provides easy access to the threat intelligence that is built into the platform, allowing for easy discovery and response. This is useful in the event that a security issue happens while you are not actively monitoring it. You can quickly see what is happening on the network and what is causing a particular alert, and then respond accordingly.
The Cloud Security Platform automatically updates itself using an auto-update mechanism, making it easy to monitor and deploy in response to new threats. You can deploy a single update for all cloud environments, or you can target specific clouds in order to prevent and fix problems affecting your Cloud Security Platform on the fly.
The threat devsecops matrix allows you to customize your alerts based on data from different sources, such as email, log files, and even through API calls. The matrix will also automatically update to include the latest information from the Threat Intelligence service, giving you the ability to immediately identify what's going on your cloud. It is also useful if you have not been monitoring your Cloud Security Platform for quite some time, since it can provide quick access to information about threats against your Cloud Security platform, which can be particularly helpful in determining whether a new device is a threat, which device should be turned off, etc.
The threat matrix is also useful in helping you understand the security risk of every machine on your network, since it will show you what is happening on each machine. It also allows you to build a custom risk assessment on top of the matrix, identifying threats based on data from the platform, and providing alerts when a particular threat occurs. The threat assessment tool also enables you to determine whether to use the default security settings for each of the machines. machines, or set it to an individual level, so that you don't leave all machines open to attack.
The Cloud Security Platform can also help prevent many common issues. For example, if you have a Cloud Security Platform that uses the default configuration for an application, it could be making it vulnerable to attacks by allowing malicious code to run from other devices. You can configure the Cloud Security platform to restrict the running code to its trusted environment so that only trusted code runs in its environment, preventing this from affecting other systems that run on the network.