Orca’s agentless Cloud Security Platform helps organizations quickly identify and respond to cloud attacks by continuously collecting and analyzing intelligence from cloud feeds, workloads, configurations and identities in a single platform.
Existing threat detection solutions were not built for the cloud and rely on agents to obtain workload telemetry. They lack insight into the entire cloud attack surface that encompasses workloads, cloud configurations, events, and identities.
EDR, TDR, and XDR solutions only detect risks at the cloud workload level, not the control plane.
Many existing CDR tools are adapted from on-premises TDR, EDR or XDR solutions that don't offer any cloud telemetry.
Detection & Response tools require security agents to be installed for each asset.
High rate of false positives and blindspots due to lack of contextual insight.
Orca provides 24x7 monitoring of cloud provider logs and threat intelligence feeds. By uniquely combining this information with Orca’s insights into existing risks found in cloud workloads and configurations, and the location of the company’s most critical assets, Orca quickly recognizes which events are potentially dangerous and require immediate attention.
With Orca’s CDR capabilities, organizations can detect, investigate, and respond to cloud attacks in progress:
Orca’s SideScanning™ technology collects workload-deep intelligence and cloud configuration metadata without the blind spots, organizational friction, high TCO and performance hits of agent-based solutions.
With CDR in place, teams can closely monitor ongoing events, changes and behaviors in their public cloud environments and receive an alert if any suspicious activity is detected.
Orca offers a number of third-party integrations so you can add auto-remediation or auto assignment of issues.
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“Orca’s scan results are all digested and focused. We can immediately see the non-conformity to CIS that we should deal with first. We’ve integrated Orca with Jira—to assign the work to DevOps, we simply click a button.”