Halo provides cloud security platform benefits that make it rise above the rest. Halo meets your needs now and in the future, delivers a low TCO and high ROI, secures with breadth and depth, eliminates manual effort to free staff time, is easy to manage, and improves operational and financial efficiency.
With Halo, you’ll quickly address urgent needs and will be prepared for ongoing demands. Ensure cloud computing security success now and in the future with all its benefits.
In the early stages of cloud computing adoption, enterprise infosec teams often struggle with visibility into assets and risk posture—blindsided by the discovery of corporate assets already operating in the cloud.
Halo’s fast setup time, pre-built policy templates, and detailed remediation advice enable you to get a handle on cloud assets and exposures quickly.
As cloud adoption scales up, additional security requirements and operational velocity will increase quickly.
Halo’s transparent scalability and comprehensive capabilities give you the ability to prevent security from impeding progress.
Halo offers the most competitive pricing and flexible licensing among cloud security platforms in its class. Pay only for what you need based on actual usage, regardless of where that usage happens to be.
If you’re not ready to commit—or have a short-term need—subscribe to Halo Professional through the AWS Marketplace and manage your costs with Amazon invoicing and billing.
Cloud computing security intelligence needs breadth, depth, and automation to be effective.
Successful security management is about more than IP addresses, scan findings, and log records. Halo delivers detailed security information—in context—formatted to support effective action by information security professionals and automation alike.
In addition to human-readable formats, every piece of data in the Halo platform is available in JSON format, ready to feed into security automation processes. Raw data collected during inventory, assessment, and monitoring activities is available for security operators for detailed review.
Gone are the days of hunting for details that legacy vulnerability scanners can’t provide without unnatural acts. Halo delivers extremely granular detail on all cloud asset factors that security operators need, and provides them in a format that is easily automatable.
Halo transparently supports IaaS services, containers, and servers in cloud, data center, and hybrid environments. This is critical as cloud computing adoption builds momentum, because once the benefits are realized, cloud will go viral—and you need to be able to handle whatever comes next.
Many security tools are designed for “cockpit” style operation, assuming that staff resources are unlimited—while limiting cloud security platform benefits—but not Halo. Experienced security practitioners know that automation is critical to DevSecOps. In the real world of cloud computing, REST APIs are central to success—not manual interactions with a user interface.
Halo was designed by real-world information security and DevOps practitioners to deliver unparalleled cloud security platform benefits, making it much easier to manage than products repurposed for the cloud. Halo provides many features to make IaaS, server, and container deployments faster and easier to set up and maintain.
Easy to deploy and maintain microagents
Halo’s patented microagent architecture is compact, efficient, and low maintenance. Halo has only two agents—one for Windows-based kernels, and one for Linux-based kernels that only consume around 2 MB in memory.
Halo provides infrastructure, application, and security operations teams with the visibility and control they need to secure dynamic cloud environments and experience significant cloud security platform benefits.