Data-first security operations for the cloud
InGRAIN safeguards the data that matters to you. Get real-time alerts about threats in your infrastructure.
average time to identify a data breach in 20191
of organizations suffered a container security incident2
number of records exposed in breaches 20193
InGRAIN uses a software-based agent that works with any cloud provider, and integrates deeply with the Linux Kernel for unmatched observability. A one-stop solution that automatically detects unusual activities in containers, malicious workloads, or potential insider threats in real-time.
Say goodbye to getting lost in stacks of line charts and tables of metrics that make routine investigations time-consuming. InGRAIN’s dynamic dashboards are clear and intuitive, to help your investigation with end-to-end intelligence throughout the infrastructure.
InGRAIN integrates with your existing tools to automatically learn about your environment, and save you time.
Alert your team with context, making it easy to search and filter data through your entire infrastructure for fast root cause investigation.
InGRAIN adds enriched intelligence to your data to help automate incident response, and lower the pressure on the security team.
Watch over your databases and personal information with our eBPF-based monitoring agent, ingraind. No files go unprotected. InGRAIN already understands the most common databases and administration tools with out-of-the-box detection rules.
Safeguarding the data that matters to you
Learn how InGRAIN drives efficiency, speed, and cost savings for DevSecOps.
Collect a wide range of security metrics from your entire infrastructure, and stay protected with advanced alerting rules.
End-to-end intelligence and rich alert contexts let operators follow the narrative of an incident through their entire system.
InGRAIN automatically discovers your infrastructure and learns what's normal.
We support every major cloud environment whether you’re using Kubernetes, virtual machines, or bare metal. We’ve got you covered.
1IBM, 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report
2Stackrox, The State of Container and Kubernetes Security - Winter 2020
3IBM, 2019 Cost of a Data Breach Report