What is NeuVector?
It is a security platform used for run-time security and vulnerability management. It implements run-time container security that acts as a real-time countermeasure against zero-day attacks and unknown/unpatched vulnerability exploits without impacting performance. It automatically inspects all network traffic and container processes to build a behavioral profile unique to an application, and can then monitor and block any anomalous behavior.
NeuVector is a tool in the Security category of a tech stack.
Who uses NeuVector?
Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, Rancher, Sonatype Nexus, and jFrog are some of the popular tools that integrate with NeuVector. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with NeuVector.
- Security as Code
- Deep packet network inspection
- DevOps security automation
- Vulnerability scanning
- Compliance scanning
- Compliance templates
- PCI compliance
- HIPAA compliance
- NIST compliance
- GDPR compliance
- Cloud agnostic
- Air-gapped environments
- CI/CD security
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