Introducing Deepfence ThreatMapper
Deepfence ThreatMapper hunts for hidden threats in your production platforms, and ranks these threats based on their risk-of-exploit. You can then prioritize the issues that present the greatest risk to the security of your applications.
Extends Security into Production
Your 'Shift Left' initiatives enable you to deliver secure applications to production. ThreatMapper picks up once your applications have been deployed to production.
|ThreatMapper Overview - Development, Pre-Deployment, Production|
- Discover Running Workloads: ThreatMapper scans your platforms and identifies pods, containers, applications, and infrastructure. Use ThreatMapper to discover the topology of your applications and attack surface.
- Discover Cloud and Infrastructure Assets: ThreatMapper queries platform APIs to map assets and their interrelationships, and calculate a topology graph.
- Discover Vulnerabilities: ThreatMapper generates runtime SBOMs (Software Bill of Materials) of dependencies from running pods and containers, serverless apps, applications, and operating systems. ThreatMapper matches these SBOMs against multiple vulnerability feeds to identify vulnerable components.
- Discover Exposed Secrets: Unprotected keys, tokens and passwords can provide malicious actors with opportunities to spread control and exploit nearby or remote systems.
- Discover Configuration and Compliance Weaknesses: ThreatMapper evaluates infrastructure configuration against multiple compliance benchmarks (CIS, PCI-DSS, HIPAA and others) to find weaknesses and mis-configurations that could pose a threat.
- Rank Threats by Risk-of-Exploit: ThreatMapper ranks the discovered threats using CVSS and other severity scores, exploit method and their proximity to attack surface, in order to identify which issues pose the greatest risk of exploit
What makes up the ThreatMapper product?
Deepfence ThreatMapper consists of the ThreatMapper Management Console, and a series of ThreatMapper Sensors:
The console uses infrastructure APIs to scan your production and non-production platforms and detect configuration errors and compliance weaknesses. The console also takes data from sensor agents to calculate the topology of your applications, generate SBOMs to find vulnerabilities.
Infrastructure APIs are handled using Cloud Scanner tasks which reside within each platform and access the local cloud APIs.
On-host data is provided by ThreatMapper sensor agents. These are deployed against each production host, and they forward SBOMs and telemetry securely to your dedicated console.
Read on to discover more about the architecture, installation and operation of Deepfence ThreatMapper.