CyberArmor empowers DevOps teams to deploy natively zero-trust solutions while utilizing existing tools and processes and minimizing the administrative overhead. CyberArmor provides a unified service-to-service visibility and security control plane for cloud native, data center and hybrid environments. The CyberArmor control plane brings together data protection and workload protection by arming every workload with infrastructure-independent self-protecting capabilities allowing complete visibility and control over Data and API access.
CyberArmor creates an identity-based data-centric zero-trust layer on top of any environment, making sure every workload is cryptographically authenticated before it can access data or network resources. Authentication is performed in runtime, throughout the entire workload lifecycle, preventing any form of data theft by malicious software, regardless of infiltration method.
Avoiding arbitrary code execution and assuring only explicitly authorized code and workloads run in the environment, from CI, to runtime and the entire workloads lifecycle Preventing data theft and software based attacks Reducing the complexity of security operations and configuration
Creating visibility and workload protection across kubernetes clusters, hardening kubernetes clusters without interfering with DevOps processes Securing distributed data repositories such as ELK, Hadoop, MongoDB, Cassandra etc. Assuring code validity from CI/CD to runtime and throughout workloads lifecycle – avoiding arbitrary code execution in the environment.