You’ve waited a long time for effective cloud security
88% of cybersecurity professionals report having experienced an attack on their cloud-native applications and infrastructure over the last 12 months.1 Yet many cloud security solutions that aim to protect Linux can be cumbersome and disruptive because they were adapted from their Mac or Windows agents. These heavyweight agents can sometimes affect the processing capability of your Linux system or even enact changes. Disruptions or unplanned changes to your Linux systems can negatively impact your business and customers. Not to mention that most solutions don’t fully support all the different versions and distributions of Linux or even understand the threats that Linux systems face.
1ESG Cloud-Native Security Research, 2021
Answering the call with Linux EDR and MDR
Customers told us they needed a Linux-first solution, specifically designed to effectively secure modern infrastructure. So we built it. Our unique lightweight agent was designed to silently collect telemetry data while minimizing any possible performance impact. Red Canary Linux EDR and MDR extends Managed Detection and Response to your entire on-prem and cloud Linux infrastructure with deep Linux threat detection expertise and experience.
Lightweight EDR agent
Our agent supports nearly all Linux distributions and can be deployed on your workload of choice—while supporting your favorite cloud platforms
Complete visibility and support
Stopping threats starts with knowing your environment. Discover workloads and monitor threats across all Linux distributions, with support for containerized applications.
Linux-first threat detection
- Deep understanding and proven outcomes detecting Linux threats during runtime
- Complete visibility over your entire Linux system: processes, network connections, DNS queries, and user activity, across physical, virtual, containerized workloads, and network TCP & UDP (IPv4, IPv6).
- Best-in-class Linux threat detection and threat hunting
- “Worry free” Linux EDR built to protect without compromising performance