Orca provides complete Shift Left Security for Infrastructure as Code (IaC) templates and container images from a single platform, ensuring that any vulnerabilities, secrets, misconfigurations, and malware are detected early in the development process.
The benefits of Shift Left Security are clear. However, putting this process into practice is more difficult. Although there are security tools that scan either IaC templates or container images, many don’t do both or lack integration across the software development lifecycle. Without shared context and a unified platform, security teams struggle to address and remediate risks in development and production.
Developers need to identify vulnerabilities and security issues while shipping code quickly.
DevOps teams must manage policies and create integrations for multiple tools, duplicating efforts and hindering consistency.
Security teams struggle with siloed solutions, lack of shared context, and contradictory alerts.
Orca reduces complexity by offering developers and
DevOps teams a single cloud security platform that
provides comprehensive security and compliance checks across the full software development lifecycle, including
IaC template and container image scanning. In addition,
Orca traces findings from the production environment
back to the original application development artifacts.
Orca uniquely combines shift left scanning results with insights into the production environment (right side), so developers, DevOps and security teams can:
Embed comprehensive cloud security checks into your CI/CD process by leveraging the easy-to-use Orca command-line interface (Orca CLI) to:
Orca offers a number of off the shelf integrations so you can fit Orca into your existing workflows, ensuring fast remediation and avoiding confusion about team responsibilities.
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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.”