Cloud-Native Runtime Application Protection
Operant actively shields Kubernetes applications from Infra to APIs
Cloud-Native Security without the overhead
Automatic Discovery and Analytics
Operant provides instant visibility of all API-endpoints, service interactions, and security gaps, including real-time catalogs for all your APIs, services, and RBACs, across every cluster and any cloud.
Intelligent Runtime Enforcement
With contextual controls, Operant unlocks real-time security capabilities like namespace level security, runtime identity enforcements, real-time API quarantine and much more.
Zero Trust for L7+
Operant provides dynamic cloud-native microsegmentation, enforcing human, machine and runtime identities at the API and Microservice levels.
Operant combats dangerous new attack vectors in real-time
Lateral Attacks have a new dimension in Kubernetes.
Hackers are gaining access to Kubernetes clusters and moving unblocked to your most precious assets. Our service-to-service and API-based segmentation can stop them in their tracks.
Multi-Stage attacks require Multi-Layer protection.
Whether it's phishing or zero-day vulns, attackers deploy multi-stage tactics that spread rapidly. Operant's runtime protection instantly secures every application layer, from containers to APIs.
Gen AI and LLM attacks evolve every minute.
Malicious prompts, data poisoning, and data leakage make adding AI to your cloud-native stack extremely high risk. Operant secures the insides of your applications to prevent AI attacks.
Operant brings Cloud-Native Product Security into One Unified Solution
Be Secure by Default
Get started in minutes, really!
Within minutes of Operant’s single-step deployment, teams gain full visibility and control of their application internals with zero instrumentation.
Shift Left at Scale.
Operant helps codify and scale DevSecOps with policies that adapt with your growing applications across dev, staging and prod environments.
Beyond scanning, Operant closes the control loop by enforcing fine-grained security across APIs (native and 3rd parties), data stores, and legacy endpoints.