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It can be next to impossible to know for sure who is in your production Linux environment at any given time. Cmd gives you full user visibility and policy-based controls to get command over your systems and meet compliance requirements – without slowing users down.
DevOps teams, contractors, managed services providers – there are quite a number of people who have access to production systems in order to keep them running smoothly. Unfortunately it can be very difficult to know who is doing what, and nearly every compliance framework from SOC2 to PCI and beyond demands that user activity be audited and controlled.
You have to ask yourself: can you tell who’s logging in? Do you know what they are doing? Controlling access is a core security principle, especially with all the sensitive data and critical applications running in Production Linux. Not knowing who’s there is simply no longer an option.
Within minutes of installing Cmd you’ll see who’s logging in, what they are doing, where shared accounts are being used, and much more. Plus you can quickly put in place critical controls to address gaps in protection and improve your security posture across the board.
With Cmd you can require every login to authenticate through 2FA using Duo, Yubico, Google Authenticator, or other devices. Even shared accounts and root users are required to identify themselves, and Cmd tracks all activity back to their confirmed identity.
Cmd tracks all user activity in easy-to-read, centralized audit logs. It captures every command, output, errors, and system context at the time of execution. All data is presented in an intuitive terminal view that’s like looking over the user’s shoulder.
Cmd detects and alerts on anomalous activity, providing security analysts with information and tools for forensic investigations. Cmd’s data can also be fed directly into a SIEM, logging tool, or cloud data store for additional processing and analysis.
Your audit is coming up, which means you’ve got a lot of work on your plate. You need to find and assemble all the data showing your policies are being followed. That includes user session logs, configuration statuses, customer data reports – and with an ever-changing environment, you basically need to start from scratch every time.
Cmd gives you an easy, reliable way of gathering, centralizing, and standardizing audit-related data. Drastically reduce the time it takes to complete your audit and use that same information for so many other purposes. Use Cmd to audit your Production Linux environment for:
In an ideal world, DevOps and Security work hand-in-hand to deliver code quickly and securely. Unfortunately, we don’t always live in an ideal world, and security tends to slow down DevOps and interrupt developers carrying out their day-to-day work.
Cmd is designed to keep DevOps moving fast. Through instant visibility, real-time alerts, and powerful integrations with popular SaaS tools, Cmd delivers on the promise of DevSecOps with frictionless security that’s woven directly into the development process.
Listen to our CEO, Jake King, discuss 7 DevOps-friendly techniques that will help you seamlessly incorporate security into your cloud development process so you can ramp DevSecOps quickly and still deliver code on time.
Cmd provides he fastest, easiest way to know what’s happening in your Linux environment, who’s logging in, and what they are doing.Activate Your Free Account arrow_forward