Deepfence is a security observability platform for cloud and container native environments. With both open source and enterprise solutions, Deepfence empowers all security teams to reduce the risk posed by vulnerable components that were missed by “shift left” processes, introduced through third-party and infrastructure code, or discovered from zero-day vulnerabilities. By evaluating vulnerabilities against the attack surface and highlighting those that pose the greatest risk of exploit right now, security teams receive actionable, prioritized information on what to fix first. Deepfence is also able to contextualize the data it collects to identify subtle indicators of attack and compromise for even deeper security. Clouds, Kubernetes, containers, serverless, VMs, and bare metal – Deepfence protects them all.

Why Deepfence?

Deepfence ThreatMapper is a vulnerability management solution for runtime environments. ThreatMapper scans running applications, looking for vulnerable dependencies and exposed secrets. It then ranks these issues against the attack surface it observed from your applications, prioritizing the issues that pose the greatest risk of exploit. ThreatMapper tells you what you need to fix first to reduce your risk. And it’s 100% open source. Deepfence ThreatStryker extends ThreatMapper by answering the questions, “are attack actors actively trying to exploit my applications, and are their attempts succeeding?” ThreatStryker actively monitors containers, serverless, and hosts for indicators of attack and indicators of compromise. It then correlates these signals to deduce attack behavior, and automatically deploys protective measures if an attack passes a threshold of risk. ThreatStryker observes attack behavior and secures your applications to stop attackers in their tracks.