Continuous vulnerability scanning.
Automate vulnerability scans in CI/CD pipelines, registries, and Kubernetes platforms to meet the FedRAMP 30-day scanning window. Harden container images by identifying malware, secrets, and security risks in addition to vulnerabilities.
Automate FedRAMP controls.
Leverage an out-of-the-box policy pack that evaluates FedRAMP controls against your containers, lets you know the exact control ID that has failed, and pinpoints the container image that caused the failure. In accordance with FedRAMP requirements, you can also use the policies with the Kubernetes admission controller to prevent deployment.
Streamline audit reporting.
Deliver reporting to your auditors to prove the controls you have in place and to show any exceptions you have identified.
Manage exceptions with POAMs.
Add non-compliant findings to an allowlist — which you can choose to time limit — as you evaluate the exceptions and create a Plan of Action and Milestones (POAM) for their remediation.
Rely on automated continuous monitoring (ConMon) to scan Kubernetes environments, inventory container images, analyze FedRAMP policies, and alert on violations.
Stay ahead of FedRAMP requirements.
Maintain FedRAMP compliance as requirements evolve. Depend on Anchore’s out-of-the-box policy pack to identify CISA Known Exploited Vulnerabilities. Easily adapt to emerging requirements from the U.S. Executive Order on Cybersecurity.
Inspect and secure workloads generated across the entire software supply chain
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