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Optimize & Secure Your Cloud

Reduce Vulnerability & Patch Management Backlog By 80% - In Minutes
Reduce Vulnerability and
Patch Management Backlog By 80%
In Minutes

For Security Teams

  • Auto-remediate ~80% of vulnerabilities
  • Reduce exposure to zero-day attacks by 78%
  • Manage and prioritize with AI-powered risk management

For Dev Teams

  • Freedom to choose the best components for your design
  • Spend time building, not securing
  • Develop fast while staying secure

For Infra Teams

  • Instantly eliminate 50%-90% of your patch management backlog
  • Optimize your containers, continuously
  • Integrate into your CI/CD easily
  • Secure your Kubernetes clusters in minutes

Optimize Your Containers Automatically

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Auto-Remediate Vulnerabilities

Software Attack Surface Reduction

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Known Vulnerabilities Removed

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A minimal software attack surface reduces both known and unknown vulnerabilities in your workloads. Unknown vulnerabilities are the source of zero-day attacks, and attack surface minimization is the most effective approach to reduce your exposure to such attacks.

Original Image

Vulnerabilities in Original Image
  • Minimize your software attack surface by 80% in minutes
  • Decrease zero-day exploit risk
  • Remove known vulnerabilities automatically
  • Free your developers to build great software instead of addressing vulnerabilities

Optimized Image

Vulnerabilities in Optimized Image
  • Reduce patch management backlog
  • Free your security teams to focus on threats
  • Achieve certification and satisfy compliance requirements efficiently
  • Speed up your container load times by 50%-90%
An optimized workload means fewer vulnerabilities and less zero-day attack exposure.

In a recent study with a Federal agency, RapidFort reduced the attack surface and known vulnerabilities of workloads by 82% and 78% on average, respectively.

How RapidFort Works

Two Simple Steps:  Stub It ... Harden It
Workflow image in a CI/CD pipeline

Step 1

Create a stub. This stub is a replica of your application (RFStub) that parses all IO to the sandboxed imaged.

Step 2

Profile the stub by testing against it while the original container is placed in a sandbox for observation (RFDone).

Step 3

Harden the stub by removing vulnerabilities … then use as normal by deploying the hardened image in staging and production (RFHarden).
The concept is simple: Run your containers how you normally would. RapidFort profiles your containers and without any change to your production software, it auto-remediates vulnerabilities and identifies which packages you need to maintain. Optionally, it can also create perfectly optimized workloads by removing all unused components. You can be up and running, optimizing your first container in as little as 10 minutes!
Your containers can be running on any platform, including Kubernetes, Docker Compose, Amazon EKS, and AWS Fargate. You can even harden your complete set of microservices at the same time. Try it for yourself...

Supported Platforms

Optimize 64-bit-Intel-Linux containers continuously. No matter what build and runtime environments you use, RapidFort integrates easily into your workflows. See below for a sample of CI/CD and container deployment platforms that our customers use.

Use your existing vulnerability scanning tools, or use RapidFort's built-in scanner. The RapidFort vulnerability scanner supports the  OS and Application frameworks listed below.

CI/CD

GitLab
CircleCI
Jenkins
GitHub Actions
AWS CodeBuild
Harness
Argo CD
FluxCD

CONTAINER

Docker
Kubernetes (All)
AWS Fargate
Docker Compose
Amazon ECS

OS

RHEL
Debian
Ubuntu
CentOS
Alpine
Amazon Linux
Oracle Linux
Photon
openSUSE Leap
openSUSE Tumbleweed

APPLICATION

Java
.NET
JavaScript
Node.js
Python
PHP
Ruby
Go
Rust
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