Systems with prevention, defense, and monitoring to deter attacks

Rapidly develop containerized applications with the proper precautions against potential risks. Employ a comprehensive approach to securing containers, Kubernetes, and cloud environments.

Secure Kubernetes across multiple clouds

Easily monitor containers, Kubernetes, and the cloud with no agents needed. Analyze and prioritize risk with the SecLogic Security Graph. Empower developers and security to address containerized application issues early on.


Scan all your managed and self-managed Kubernetes, serverless, and standalone containers running on virtual machines to understand your containerized environments completely.

Risk assessment

Use Security Graph to analyze data and prevent attacks in containers, hosts, clouds, and Kubernetes. Identify risks, vulnerabilities, and excessive permissions for system security.

Move to the left.

Work together with your team to ensure secure container images during the SDLC, covering Kubernetes YAML files, Docker files, and Terraform scans. Avoid any security issues during deployment.

Secure container images throughout their lifecycle.

Help your developers work faster at all stages by using one set of rules that covers everything from final product to the initial code.


Scan Docker, Kubernetes YAMLs, Helm with SecLogic Guardrails

Build and Store

Use Seclogic Guardrails to scan container images along with registry scanning


Prevent security threats using SecLogic Admission Controller


Just checking out those running containers without any fancy agent

Graph risk analysis and prioritization

It is recommended to conduct a comprehensive analysis of various risk factors present across containers, hosts, Kubernetes clusters, and the cloud environment to identify potential attack paths that transgress boundaries and pose significant risks. This analysis will enable the identification of data access from containers to cloud resources, lateral movement between Kubernetes clusters and the cloud, or the escalation of privileges. Subsequently, prioritizing remedial actions can maximize the effectiveness of the security measures implemented.

Managing the security of Kubernetes is automatic with KSPM

Ongoing observation

Regularly check Kubernetes clusters for errors and advise on solutions to reduce risks and make the clusters more secure.

Evaluate compliance with rules and laws

Receive security reports for Kubernetes environments and ensure compliance with CIS Foundation Benchmarks for EKS, AKS, and GKE.

Rules that are included and ones that are personalized

One can leverage the built-in rules and develop tailored rules utilizing OPA’s Rego querying language.

Ensure safety measures during development

Make sure all your IaC files (for Dockerfiles, Kubernetes YAML files, and Helm charts) are free of errors and potential security risks. Implement a single security policy for your cloud and Kubernetes development, and halt any builds that violate it. Before deploying to the cluster, confirm that container images align with the security policy.

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