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Sysdig’s New CSPM Tools Help Find, Prioritize, And Remediate Security Issues In Seconds

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Sysdig has announced ToDo, an actionable checklist showing prioritized risks and Remediation Guru, guided remediation at the source. A cloud security posture management (CSPM) offering, ToDo aggregates risks that have the same root cause and provides opinionated prioritization that reduces time spent on investigation.

However, teams not only need help identifying the risks and focusing their attention on what matters, but they also need assistance implementing the fixes. Remediation Guru automatically generates the suggested change to IaC templates that can be applied with a single click so teams can get back to revenue-generating work. Because Sysdig has a shared policy model, teams can efficiently and consistently enforce policy across multiple cloud and Kubernetes environments.

Key Benefits
Manage cloud and Kubernetes inventory with a single view: Teams gain visibility into cloud assets across hybrid- and multi-cloud environments.

Prioritize what matters with ToDo: ToDo prioritizes actions that remediate the greatest number of issues by consolidating based on root cause and impact.

Save time using Remediation Guru to fix configuration risks: Remediation Guru enables teams to fix at the source by approving automatically generated pull requests that map misconfigurations in production to IaC manifests.

Adopt a shared policy model leveraging OPA: Sysdig helps teams apply security policies using Open Policy Agent (OPA) policy-as-code once across multiple cloud and Kubernetes environments. Teams get a unified view of security requirements from source to production, and can easily create custom OPA-based policies with a few clicks.

Remediation Guru is available as a tech preview to all Sysdig Secure customers. ToDo is available on request. New customers gain access to ToDo and Remediation Guru when purchasing Sysdig Secure.

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