Configuring Cloud Scanner for Google Cloud Platform
Cloud Scanner is deployed as a task within your Google Cloud Platform instance. The ThreatStryker console provides a simple terraform script to perform the deployment.
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You need to configure Terraform with the appropriate resources and inputs for your particular scenario, and you will need to provide the IP address or DNS name for the ThreatStryker management console and an API key.
For full details, refer to the
examples provided in the GitHub repository: https://github.com/deepfence/terraform-gcp-cloud-scanner
What Compliance Scans are Performed?
ThreatStryker builds on a large library of controls - these are specific requirements and matching tests. For example, you will find controls that correspond to best-practice configurations of access to assets, such as enabling TLS access and blocking plain-text HTTP.
Controls are grouped into benchmarks. Where multiple benchmarks are available, controls may be used by several benchmarks.
When you run a compliance scan, you can select which benchmarks you wish to measure against, and ThreatStryker will then evaluate the appropriate controls and present the results, by benchmark, once the scan has completed.
For full information, refer to Operations: Compliance Scanning.
For maximum coverage, you can use both Cloud Scanner and local Sensor Agent compliance scans together. You could scan your GCP infrastructure using Cloud Scanner, and scan selected VMs deployed within GCP using the Sensor Agent.