PrivateCore vCage secures servers in untrusted environments from persistent malware, malicious hardware devices, and insider threats. Private and public clouds, such as OpenStack environments can contain thousands of compute nodes spread across geographic boundaries and in remote locations. Compromising one compute node can jeopardize the security of the entire compute infrastructure. PrivateCore vCage protects that infrastructure from persistent threats, securing servers for sensitive applications on cloud infrastructure.
Using cloud computing poses many security questions. How can you validate that servers are in a known, good state and not infected with advanced persistent threats (APTs) or compromised with malicious hardware? When handling sensitive workloads in a fluid pool of compute nodes, how can avoid having a compromised server infect other servers? How can you provide an audit trail to demonstrate to compliance auditors and customers that workloads run in trusted environments? With the scalability and speed of cloud computing comes the risk that servers which provide the compute foundation might be compromised