Improve your efficiency with Cisco Tetration
Cisco Tetration offers holistic workload protection for multicloud data centers by enabling a zero-trust model using segmentation. This approach allows you to identify security incidents faster, contain lateral movement, and reduce your attack surface. Tetration's infrastructure-agnostic approach supports both on-premises and public cloud workloads.
What is Cisco Tetration all about?
Get automated whitelist policy
Using real-time telemetry data from application components and behavior-analysis algorithms, get automated whitelist policy for segmentation. Track behavior changes to keep the policy up to date.
Enable a zero-trust model
Enforce consistent whitelist policy across on-premises data centers and public clouds to enable zero trust using application segmentation. Continuously monitor for compliance deviations and identify them in minutes in your production network.
Identify process behavior deviations
Baseline the behavior of the processes running on the servers. Identify behavior deviations matching malware-style execution. Detect latest events such as Spectre and Meltdown.
Detect software vulnerabilities
Get an accurate inventory of all software packages and version information installed on servers. Detect whether any packages have known CVEs associated, and define specific remediation actions.
Control user access to applications
Collect telemetry data from end points through Cisco Any connect. Enhance segmentation policy to restrict application access using user and user group information.
Get a security dashboard
Get a composite security score for workloads based on various parameters, including policy compliance events, vulnerabilities identified, and process behavior consistencies. Quickly identify workloads with behavior deviations, and see compliance score for applications.
Get network performance insights
Gain valuable insights on per flow performance including hop-by-hop views that enable you to quickly determine if the bottleneck is on the network or on the server.