How Runecast Helps You Achieve Cloud Native Application Protection
How to Download and Install Runecast Analyzer
Are you looking for a way to secure and optimize your hybrid cloud infrastructure? Do you want to automate your security audits, vulnerability scans, configuration management, and best practices alignment? If so, you might want to try Runecast Analyzer.
Runecast Analyzer is a predictive and actionable support intelligence solution for IT security and operations teams. It helps you detect and resolve issues, align with best practices, and comply with security standards across your AWS, Azure, GCP, Kubernetes, VMware, Windows and Linux environments.
In this article, we will show you how to download and install Runecast Analyzer in 3 easy steps. We will also show you how to configure and use Runecast Analyzer to get the most out of its features.
What is Runecast Analyzer?
Runecast Analyzer is an AI-powered Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP) that enables you to proactively monitor and manage your hybrid cloud infrastructure. It uses patented technology to convert industry sources of information (such as security hardening guidelines, known exploited vulnerabilities catalog, security compliance standards/benchmarks, vendor best practices and other 'sources of truth') into machine-readable data. This data is processed on the Runecast appliance, which then scans your hybrid cloud environment for hidden problems and deviations from best practices and security frameworks that you select.
Some of the features of Runecast Analyzer include:
Security Compliance Checks: Runecast Analyzer automates your security audits to help you monitor and prove compliance with standards that include BSI IT-Grundschutz, CIS Benchmarks, Cyber Essentials, DISA STIG, Essential 8, GDPR, HIPAA, ISO 27001, NIST, PCI DSS, vendor guidelines and more. It also provides customization for any internal standards.
Log Analysis: Runecast Analyzer makes sense of all the data in your logs by proactively monitoring in real time for known misconfigurations. It can help you save up to 90% of time previously spent troubleshooting.