This means that cloud search is only available to skilled users, making other less technical users such as compliance and risk governance teams dependent on these users, leading to teams underutilizing cloud search and making uninformed decisions.
New capability streamlines cloud asset discovery
Cloud environments house a collection of business-critical assets including virtual machines, databases, storage instances, containers, networking components, applications, etc. It is important to have a simple yet scalable cloud asset discovery tool that can identify, categorize, and map all digital assets.
Orca’s agentless, AI-driven search is designed to identify and respond to zero-day risks, optimizing cloud assets, and understanding exposure to threats to facilitate data-driven decisions.
“Orca has made strong efforts in providing a platform simplifying cloud security, so it makes sense that they address the visibility need for security teams to scale to support rapidly scaling cloud-native development,” said Melinda Marks, analyst at ESG Global. “Applying generative AI is also helpful to make it easier for security teams or those responsible for security (including developers, DevOps, site reliability engineers) to easily make queries that can generate the information they need to speed remediation.”
Orca also claims 100% visibility for asset discovery delivered through its patented SideScanning technology, which combined with the new AI-driven search, is expected to affect a complete cloud asset protection.