Public Cloud Visibility and Threat Response
Cloud Optix delivers the continuous analysis and visibility organizations need to detect, respond, and prevent security and compliance gaps that leave them exposed. This provides a single view of security posture across Kubernetes clusters, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and Infrastructure-as-Code environments.
Providing visibility into complex application stacks, Cloud Optix network topology visualization makes it simple to detect suspicious traffic patterns, reveal high value workloads, and uncover hidden data breach points.
It takes as little as 52 seconds for an attacker to identify public cloud workloads as a target. Cloud Optix AI-powered monitoring instantly identifies suspicious console login events, API calls and assumed-role API calls that suggest shared or stolen user credentials are being used by an attacker remotely.
Automatically scan Infrastructure-as-Code templates merged to source control management, with pipeline deployment based on Cloud Optix security and compliance assessment results.
Continuously monitor and detect drift in configuration standards, and prevent, detect, and automatically remediate accidental or malicious changes in resource configuration.
Simple licensing allows you to monitor public cloud assets across an unlimited number of Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts, Microsoft Azure subscriptions, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) projects, and Kubernetes clusters.
Sophos has been recognized for providing innovative solutions like Cloud Optix. Create your PAYG Cloud Optix account directly through AWS Marketplace and manage security across AWS, Azure, and GCP environments.
Continuously monitor compliance with custom or out-of-the box templates and audit-ready reports for standards such as CIS, SOC2, HIPAA, ISO 27001, and PCI DSS.
Cloud Optix allows you to define which inventory items within your cloud account are subject to certain compliance standards, reducing the hours associated with your audit.
Save weeks of effort by mapping the Control ID from your existing overarching compliance tools such as RSA Archer or MetricStream to Cloud Optix.
Cloud Optix is integrated into Sophos Central, the intuitive console for managing all your Sophos products. Combining workload protection with Intercept X for Server, next-gen firewall management, and much more – simply configure all your policies from one place.
Public Cloud providers offer a great deal of flexibility. And while they’re responsible for physical protection at the datacenter, virtual separation of customer data and environments, whatever you put in the cloud, well, that’s your responsibility.
Secure your Amazon EC2 instances and Virtual Private Cloud with Sophos UTM and Intercept X for Server.
Sophos UTM for AWS is your complete security platform for next-generation firewall, web application firewall, IPS, advanced threat protection, cloud sandboxing, web content filtering, reporting, and VPN gateway.
Intercept X for Server guards virtual machines in AWS, whitelisting trusted services in minutes while intelligently allowing updates – all the time protecting against malware and ransomware.
Sophos next-gen XG Firewall helps protect your Azure-based workloads against advanced threats, combining advanced networking, protections such as Intrusion Prevention (IPS), and web application firewalls (WAF), as well as user and application controls from a single console.
Intercept X for Server guards instances in Microsoft Azure, whitelisting trusted services in minutes, while intelligently allowing updates – all the time protecting your organization and data, from malware, and ransomware. VMs with a Sophos Server Protection agent are simply deployed into Azure and managed from Sophos Central.
Sophos has developed its server-specific security for Google Cloud Platform to more easily protect your workloads.
Secure business-critical servers with established and next-gen methods like CryptoGuard anti-ransomware, malicious traffic detection, application whitelisting, and one-click lockdown.
VMs with a Sophos Server Protection agent are simply deployed into Google and managed from Sophos Central. Just specify which server group they should be a part of and which policies will apply to protect those VMs.