Deepfence has announced the release of ThreatMapper 1.2.0, which adds several in-demand features, including Attack Path Visualization, with a more sophisticated and representative calculation of the Most Exploitable Vulnerabilities, support for discovering and scanning AWS Fargate workloads for vulnerabilities, ARM support, and support for integration with Google Chronicle.
Deepfence also has added several community-inspired performance improvements and bugfixes, including better support for Kubernetes and containerd hosted workloads, better registry scanning, improved report generation, and UI enhancements.
ThreatMapper’s primary purpose is to help DevSecOps professionals identify the key security vulnerabilities that need to be addressed first because they present the greatest risk to the security of the organization’s production applications. ThreatMapper 1.2.0 makes this task even easier, especially with its new Attack Path Visualization.
ThreatMapper also has added full support for AWS Fargate workloads, support for ARM which unlocks IoT and Edge use cases, support for Google Chronicle, as well as wider support for containerd and Kubernetes platforms. With these additional layers of support, Deepfence continues to make critical improvements to vulnerability scans while increasing speed for the more complex scans needed to identify today’s most sophisticated security threats.