ARMO closes the gap between development and security, giving development, DevOps, and DevSecOps the flexibility and ease to ensure high grade security and data protection no matter the environment – cloud native, hybrid, or legacy.
ARMO is driving a paradigm shift in the way companies protect their cloud native and hybrid environments. We help companies move from a “close-the-hole-in-the-bucket” model, installing firewalls, defining access control lists, etc. to a streamlined DevOps- and DevSecOps led model in which environments are deployed with inherent zero-trust.
Security at the Speed of DevOps:
- Runtime workload identity and protection: Identifies workloads based on application code analysis, creating cryptographic signatures based on Code DNA to prevent unauthorized code from running in the environment to access and exfiltrate protected data. The patent-pending technology signs and validates workloads in runtime throughout the entire workload lifecycle.
- Transparent data encryption: Transparent data encryption – keyless encryption – robustly and uniformly encrypts and protects files, objects, and properties, requiring no application changes, service downtime, or impact on functionality. It eases the adoption of encryption by removing the complexity of key management and providing an out-of-the-box solution for key protection in use, key rotations, and disaster recover procedures.
- Identity-based communication tunneling: Transparent communication tunneling ensures only authorized and validated applications and services can communicate. Even if attackers steal valid access credentials, they are useless because the malicious code will be unsigned. Create API access polices to build identity-based policies and enforce correct workload behaviors.
- Application-specific secret protection: Application-specific protection of secrets ensures cryptographic binding between continuously validated specific workload identities and their confidential data, delivering complete protection against access by unauthorized applications.
- Visibility & compliance: Visibility and compliance monitoring provide granular details about workloads and running environments, including individual processes, file names and locations, open listening ports, actual connections, mapped volumes, opened files, process privilege levels, connections to external services, and more. Alerts can be used for continuous compliance verification.
Bringing Together Run-Time Workload And Data Protection To Seamlessly Establish Identity Based, Zero-Trust Service-To-Service Control Planes.