Monitor Unexpected Upstream Dependencies in Cloud Workloads

Use of open source and third-party software increases organizational risk

The shift to "infrastructure-as-code" for cloud deployment increases the risk of supply chain attacks. Reliance on open source and third-party software to build and deploy cloud workloads can expose supposedly "immutable" infrastructure to serious vulnerabilities.

With ExtraHop Reveal(x)

Detect Unknown and Unexpected Communications

Reveal(x) 360 detects whether your production workloads are pulling updates when they shouldn't and examines unknown or unexpected communications. This helps to detect evasive and sophisticated supply chain attacks.

Get Answers to the Tough Questions

How do you monitor and secure your workloads and container deployments in the cloud?

Reveal(x) 360 provides real-time visibility into unexpected upstream dependencies in cloud workloads.

How do you monitor and secure your workloads and container deployments in the cloud?

Reveal(x) 360 provides real-time visibility into unexpected upstream dependencies in cloud workloads.

Are your production workloads pulling their own updates?

Reveal(x) 360 monitors and alerts on anomalous or suspicious uploads or updates to cloud production workloads.

Are your production workloads pulling their own updates?

Reveal(x) 360 monitors and alerts on anomalous or suspicious uploads or updates to cloud production workloads.

Do you have processes in place to assure those new dependencies introduced into production are secure?

Updates can introduce new dependencies and vulnerabilities. Reveal(x) 360 detects suspicious or malicious communications between workloads and outside entities.

Do you have processes in place to assure those new dependencies introduced into production are secure?

Updates can introduce new dependencies and vulnerabilities. Reveal(x) 360 detects suspicious or malicious communications between workloads and outside entities.

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The real value in ExtraHop Reveal(x) is the time we see returned to our engineers. That means they can focus on the things that matter, like projects, strategic initiatives, and – most importantly – innovation.

Diane Brown
Chief Information Security Officer, Ulta Beauty